Elements

of

Fluid Dynamics

of

Fluid Dynamics

Elements

of

Fluid Dynamics

of

Fluid Dynamics

by

Franco Mattioli

Franco Mattioli

by

Franco Mattioli

Franco Mattioli

Department of Physics

University of Bologna

University of Bologna

A textbook of fluid dynamics for undergraduate and graduate students
in Physics, Mathematics and Engineering

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Principles

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Fluid Dynamics Volume I Volume II Volume III Appendices

Elements of Fluid Dynamics Elements

Principles

of

Fluid Dynamics Volume I Volume II Volume III Appendices

Elements of Fluid Dynamics Elements

05 jan 12 Chapter 1 - The states of the matter

14 jan 12 Chapter 2 - The continuum hypothesis

19 feb 12 Chapter 3 - The forces in a fluid at rest

24 may 12 Chapter 4 - The hydrostatic equilibrium

31 mag 12 Chapter 5 - The total derivative

03 jun 12 Chapter 6 - The continuity equation

23 jun 12 Chapter 7 - The Euler equations

30 jun 12 Chapter 8 - Viscosity

31 aug 12 Chapter 9 - The tensor of the viscous stresses

14 dic 10 Chapter 10 - The Navier-Stokes equations

03 nov 12 Chapter 11 - The impulsive flow

24 nov 12 Chapter 12 - Blasius solution

22 jun 13 Chapter 13 - The Reynolds experiment

29 jun 13 Chapter 14 - The Reynolds number

30 nov 13 Chapter 15 - The turbulent motion as a stochastic process

28 jul 14 Chapter 16 - The Reynlds stresses

04 aug 14 Chapter 17 - Turbulence parametrization

11 jan 15 Chapter 18 - The logarithmic profile

01 jan 15 Chapter 51 - Apparent forces due to the earth's rotation

06 sep 15 Chapter 52 - The gravity acceleration

06 sep 15 Chapter 53 - The Coriolis force

04 feb 16 Chapter 54 - Basic motions in a rotating system

04 feb 16 Chapter 55 - The eart's sphericity

12 may 16 Chapter 56 - The geostrophic equilibrium

12 may 16 Chapter 57 - The planetary boundary layer

22 feb 17 Chapter 58 - The surface layer

15 jun 21 Chapter 59 - Drift currents in deep water

20 jun 21 Chapter 60 - The Ekman transport

04 jun 12 Appendix A - Scalars, vectors and tensors

23 jun 12 Appendix B - Derivatives and differentials

04 sep 12 Appendix C - Three-dimensional differential operators

26 oct 12 Appendix D - Two-dimensional differential operators

03 dic 12 Appendix E - Linear and nonlinear equations

07 feb 13 Appendix F - The Pi theorem

Index

At this point you shold be able to follow the various arguments in Principles.