by Sir Horace Lamb
A classic presentation of the subject and a standard reference, unexcelled for its exposition of fundamental theorems, equations, and detailed methods of solution. 1932 edition.
|Theoretical Aerodynamics |
by L. M. Milne-Thomson
An excellent introduction to inviscid airflow using potential theory, this book is a classic in its field. Complete reprint of the revised 1966 edition, which brings the subject up to date.
|Fluid Mechanics |
by Robert A. Granger
Structured introduction covers everything the engineer needs to know: nature of fluids, hydrostatics, differential and integral relations, dimensional analysis, viscous flows, more. Solutions to selected problems. 760 illustrations. 1985 edition.
|Stochastic Tools in Turbulence |
by John L. Lumley
This accessible treatment offers the mathematical tools for solving problems related to stochastic vector fields. Mathematically self-contained, it uses generalized functions to present a relatively simple technique. 1970 edition.
|Introduction to the Physics of Fluids and Solids |
by James S. Trefil
This interesting, informative survey by a well-known science author ranges from classical physics and geophysical topics, from the rings of Saturn and the rotation of the galaxy to underground nuclear tests. 1975 edition.
|Hydrodynamic and Hydromagnetic Stability |
by S. Chandrasekhar
The Nobel Laureate's monumental study surveys hydrodynamic and hydromagnetic stability as a branch of experimental physics, surveying thermal instability of a layer of fluid heated from below, Benard problem, more.
|Foundations of Radiation Hydrodynamics |
by Dimitri Mihalas, Barbara Weibel Mihalas
Excellent, informative volume focuses on dynamics of nonradiating fluids, problems involving waves, shocks and stellar winds, physics of radiation, radiation transport, and the dynamics of radiating fluids. 1984 edition.
|Engineering Magnetohydrodynamics |
by George W. Sutton, Arthur Sherman
This three-part treatment deals mainly with properties of ionized gases in magnetic and electric fields; addresses macroscopic motion of electrically conducting compressible fluids; and explores applications of magnetohydrodynamics. 1965 edition.
|The Equations of Radiation Hydrodynamics |
by Gerald C. Pomraning
Graduate-level text examines propagation of thermal radiation through a fluid and effects on hydrodynamics of fluid motion, including formulations of radiative transfer and relativistic effects of fluid motion. 1973 edition.
|Microhydrodynamics: Principles and Selected Applications |
by Sangtae Kim, Seppo J. Karrila
Appropriate for graduate students, this text explains analytical and computational methods for solving problems related to motion of particles through flow of a viscous fluid. 99 figures. 47 tables. 1991 edition.
|Computational Fluid Dynamics with Moving Boundaries |
by Wei Shyy, H. S. Udaykumar, Madhukar M. Rao, Richard W. Smith
This text describes several computational techniques that can be applied to a variety of problems in thermo-fluid physics, multi-phase flow, and applied mechanics involving moving flow boundaries. 1996 edition.
|Dynamics of Fluids in Porous Media |
by Jacob Bear
This is the definitive work on the subject by one of the world's foremost hydrologists, designed primarily for advanced undergraduate and graduate students. 335 black-and-white illustrations. Exercises, with answers.
|Introduction to Mathematical Fluid Dynamics |
by Richard E. Meyer
Excellent coverage of kinematics, momentum principle, Newtonian fluid, rotating fluids, compressibility, and more. Geared toward advanced undergraduate and graduate students of mathematics and science; prerequisites include calculus and vector analysis. 1971 edition.
|Mathematical Theory of Compressible Fluid Flow |
by Richard von Mises
Suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, this text covers general theorems, conservation equations, waves, shocks, and nonisentropic flows, with emphasis on the basics, both conceptual and mathematical. 1958 edition.
|Vectors, Tensors and the Basic Equations of Fluid Mechanics |
by Rutherford Aris
Introductory text, geared toward advanced undergraduate and graduate students, applies mathematics of Cartesian and general tensors to physical field theories and demonstrates them in terms of the theory of fluid mechanics. 1962 edition.
|Chemical Oscillations, Waves, and Turbulence |
by Y. Kuramoto
A fundamental and frequently cited book provides asymptotic methods applicable to the dynamics of self-oscillating fields of the reaction-diffusion type. Graduate level. 40 figures. 1984 edition.