Fluid Mechanics Research Paper by The Research Group

Fluid Mechanics
Study of behavior of fluids. Fluid statics, kinematics, conservation of mass, momentum, energy, potential & viscous flow, more.
# 11605 | 3,150 words | 7 sources | 1996 | US
Published on May 19, 2003 in Physics (Mechanics) , Engineering (General)

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"The engineering definitions, methods of analysis, and significance of many elements of the study of fluid mechanics are presented.

Definitions and Fluid Properties
Fluids can be either liquids or gases, and fluid mechanics "refers to the study of the behavior of fluids, either at rest or in motion." Nunn elaborates that there are "two main physical properties defining a fluid: density and viscosity." Nunn then subdivides fluid mechanics into three major categories of ideal fluid flow, in which density is constant and viscous effects are negligible; compressible flow, in which density varies from place to place throughout the fluid and viscosity effects are trivial or..."

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