Principles

of

Fluid Dynamics

of

Fluid Dynamics

Principles

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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Fluid Dynamics Volume I Volume II Appendices

Elements of Fluid Dynamics Elements

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Principles

of

Fluid Dynamics Volume I Volume II Appendices

Elements of Fluid Dynamics Elements

Services: Links

Web links.
In this page a series of links to web sites containing books, lectures and
other stuff concerning the various branches of the Fluid Dynamics are listed,
without any pretension of completeness.

First of all we have to bring to the attention the book by

Steward, R. H. -* Physical Oceanography. *

This was the first book published on the web that I had ever seen. It seemed to me a good idea, especially because in this way a book can be continuously corrected, improved and extended. A topic such as Fluid Dynamics is almost impossible to organize in a simple and definitive way. Changes are unavoidable and, after all, also desirable, if we want to keep a book at the maximum possible scientific level.

Some years later I discovered the other book by

Tomczak, M. -* An Introduction to Physical Oceanography.
*

For a certain period of time no other books were available on the Web about Oceanography, at least to my knowledge.

Nowadays, a lot of books or lectures for students do exist on the web. As soon as possible, I will indicate the web sites where I have found useful information.

First of all we have to bring to the attention the book by

Steward, R. H. -

This was the first book published on the web that I had ever seen. It seemed to me a good idea, especially because in this way a book can be continuously corrected, improved and extended. A topic such as Fluid Dynamics is almost impossible to organize in a simple and definitive way. Changes are unavoidable and, after all, also desirable, if we want to keep a book at the maximum possible scientific level.

Some years later I discovered the other book by

Tomczak, M. -

For a certain period of time no other books were available on the Web about Oceanography, at least to my knowledge.

Nowadays, a lot of books or lectures for students do exist on the web. As soon as possible, I will indicate the web sites where I have found useful information.