Fluid and Gasdynamics

Fluid  and Gasdynamics

[2] Hayes, W. D.: Gasdynamic discontinuities. Princeton Series on High Speed Aerodynamics and Jet Propulsion. Princeton: Princeton University Press (1960). [3] Thompson, P. A.: A fundamental derivative in gasdynamics. Phys. Fluids 14 ...

Author: G.H. Schnerr

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783709193105

Category: Science

Page: 399

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This volume offers a wide range of theoretical, numerical and experimental research papers on fluid dynamics. The major fields of research - fundamentals of fluid mechanics as well as their applications - are treated: - stability phenomena: convective flow, thermal and hydrodynamic systems - transition, turbulence and separation: boundary-layer, turbulent combustion, rarefied gasdynamics, near wall and off wall flow fields, energy dissipation - transonic flow: homogeneous condensation, shock-waves, effects at Mach number unity - hypersonic flow: flow over spheres, aerothermodynamics, relaxation - fluid machinery: axial fans, compressor cascades, fluid couplings - computational fluid dynamics: passive shock control, zonal computation, cylinderflow, flow over wings - miscellaneous problems.
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Modern Developments in Gas Dynamics

Modern Developments in Gas Dynamics

" Finally, I must express a word of appreciation to my wife Irene and to my children, Wellington Jr. and Victoria, who made it possible for me to write and edit this book in the very quiet atmosphere of our home.

Author: W. H. Loh

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461586241

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 386

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During the last decade, the rapid growth of knowledge in the field of fluid mechanics and heat transfer has resulted in many significant ad vances of interest to students, engineers, and scientists. Accordingly, a course entitled "Modern Developments in Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer" was given at the University of California to present significant recent theoretical and experimental work. The course consisted of seven parts: I-Introduction; II-Hydraulic Analogy for Gas Dynamics; 111- Turbulence and Unsteady Gas Dynamics; IV-Rarefied and Radiation Gas Dynamics; V-Biological Fluid Mechanics; VI-Hypersonic and Plasma Gas Dynamics; and VII-Heat Transfer in Hypersonic Flows. The material, presented by the undersigned as course instructor and by various guest lecturers, could easily be adapted by other universities for use as a text for a one-semester senior or graduate course on the subject. Due to the extensive notes developed during the University of California course, it was decided to publish the material in three volumes, of which the present is the first. The succeeding volumes will be entitled "Selected Topics in Fluid and Bio-Fluid Mechanics" and "Introduction to Steady and Unsteady Gas Dynamics." Finally, I must express a word of appreciation to my wife Irene and to my children, Wellington Jr. and Victoria, who made it possible for me to write and edit this book in the very quiet atmosphere of our home.
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Elements of Gas Dynamics

Elements of Gas Dynamics

First-rate text covers thermodynamics, one-dimensional gas dynamics and one-dimensional wave motion, waves in supersonic flow, flow in ducts and wind tunnels, methods of measurement, the equations of frictionless flow, small-perturbation ...

Author: H. W. Liepmann

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486316857

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 464

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First-rate text covers thermodynamics, one-dimensional gas dynamics and one-dimensional wave motion, waves in supersonic flow, flow in ducts and wind tunnels, methods of measurement, the equations of frictionless flow, small-perturbation theory, and more.
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Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics

Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics

This book's accessible but rigorous style: Offers a comprehensively updated edition that includes new problems and examples Covers fundamentals of gas flows targeting those below hypersonic Presents the one-dimensional flow approach and ...

Author: Robert D. Zucker

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119481706

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 560

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New edition of the popular textbook, comprehensively updated throughout and now includes a new dedicated website for gas dynamic calculations The thoroughly revised and updated third edition of Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics maintains the focus on gas flows below hypersonic. This targeted approach provides a cohesive and rigorous examination of most practical engineering problems in this gas dynamics flow regime. The conventional one-dimensional flow approach together with the role of temperature-entropy diagrams are highlighted throughout. The authors—noted experts in the field—include a modern computational aid, illustrative charts and tables, and myriad examples of varying degrees of difficulty to aid in the understanding of the material presented. The updated edition of Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics includes new sections on the shock tube, the aerospike nozzle, and the gas dynamic laser. The book contains all equations, tables, and charts necessary to work the problems and exercises in each chapter. This book’s accessible but rigorous style: Offers a comprehensively updated edition that includes new problems and examples Covers fundamentals of gas flows targeting those below hypersonic Presents the one-dimensional flow approach and highlights the role of temperature-entropy diagrams Contains new sections that examine the shock tube, the aerospike nozzle, the gas dynamic laser, and an expanded coverage of rocket propulsion Explores applications of gas dynamics to aircraft and rocket engines Includes behavioral objectives, summaries, and check tests to aid with learning Written for students in mechanical and aerospace engineering and professionals and researchers in the field, the third edition of Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics has been updated to include recent developments in the field and retains all its learning aids. The calculator for gas dynamics calculations is available at https://www.oscarbiblarz.com/gascalculator gas dynamics calculations
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Fluid and Gas Dynamics selected Articles

Fluid and Gas Dynamics  selected Articles

Contents: One-parameter solution of equations of laminar boundary layer in gas flow of large speeds with the Prandtl not equal to unity; Laminar boundary layer in equilibrium-dissociated gas; Total aerodynamic characteristics of a thick ...

Author: S. M. Kapustyanskii

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ISBN: OCLC:227493120

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Page: 38

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Contents: One-parameter solution of equations of laminar boundary layer in gas flow of large speeds with the Prandtl not equal to unity; Laminar boundary layer in equilibrium-dissociated gas; Total aerodynamic characteristics of a thick wing in unsteady motion.
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Fluid Mechanics

Fluid Mechanics

"Fluid Mechanics" demonstrates how flows can be classified and how specific engineering problems can be identified, formulated and solved, using the methods of applied mathematics.

Author: Egon Krause

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540229810

Category: Science

Page: 354

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Despite dramatic advances in numerical and experimental methods of fluid mechanics, the fundamentals are still the starting point for solving flow problems. This textbook introduces the major branches of fluid mechanics of incompressible and compressible media, the basic laws governing their flow, and gasdynamics. "Fluid Mechanics" demonstrates how flows can be classified and how specific engineering problems can be identified, formulated and solved, using the methods of applied mathematics. The material is elaborated in special applications sections by more than 200 exercises and separately listed solutions. The final section comprises the Aerodynamics Laboratory, an introduction to experimental methods treating eleven flow experiments. This class-tested textbook offers a unique combination of introduction to the major fundamentals, many exercises, and a detailed description of experiments.
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High Enthalpy Gas Dynamics

High Enthalpy Gas Dynamics

In other words, gas dynamics is the science of fluid flow in which both density and temperature changes become significant. A gas dynamic flow is that in which the entire flow field is dominated by Mach waves, expansion waves, ...

Author: Ethirajan Rathakrishnan

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118821893

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 352

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This is an introductory level textbook which explains the elements of high temperature and high-speed gas dynamics. Readers will gain an understanding how the thermodynamic and transport properties of high temperature gas are determined from a microscopic viewpoint of the molecular gas dynamics, and how such properties affect the flow features, the shock waves and the nozzle flows, from a macroscopic viewpoint. In addition, the experimental facilities for the study on the high enthalpy flows are described in a concise and easy-to-understand style. Practical examples are given throughout emphasizing the application of the theory discussed. Each chapter ends with exercises/problems and solutions to enhance the learning experience. The book begins with the basics about enthalpy, its nature and difference with internal energy and its relationship to heat. Subsequent sections in the chapter on the Basics cover the essence of the gas dynamics of perfect gas, covering all aspects of the theory, which assumes the specific heats of the gas as constants and independent of temperature. The chapter on Thermodynamics of Fluid Flow reviews the concept of energy which plays an important role in both high temperature flows and perfect gas flows. The chapter on Wave Propagation describes the waves, namely the Mach waves, compression waves and expansion waves, which prevail in all gas dynamic streams. The chapter on High Temperature Flows begins with the discussion on the difference between the perfect gas flow and high temperature flow, and proceeds to the importance of high-enthalpy flows covering the nature of high-enthalpy flows, most probable macro state, Bose-Einstein and Fermi-Dirac statistics, Boltzmann distribution, evaluation of thermodynamic properties and partition function, covering the various aspects of high-enthalpy flows with shocks. The final chapter on High Enthalpy Facilities describes the devices to provide hypersonic airflows at high enthalpy and high-pressure total conditions.
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