# Engineering Fluid Mechanics

ISBN：978-7-5024-7911-4

This book systematically introduces engineering fluid mechanics in a simple and understandable way, focusing on the basic concepts, principles and methods. Engineering fluid mechanics is necessary for professionals and students in fields such as civil, environmental, mechanical, and petroleum engineering. Unlike most of the current textbooks and monographs, which are too complicated and include huge numbers of math formulas and equations, this book introduces essential concepts and
flow rules in a clear and elementary way that can be used in further research. Inaddition, it provides numerous useful tables and diagrams that can be quickly and directly checked for industry applications. Furthermore, it highlights the connection between free flow and porous flow, which can aid advanced interdisciplinary research such as nanotech and environmental science. Last but not least, each chapter presents avariety of problems to offer readers a better understanding about the principles and applications of fluid mechanics.

Contents

1 Introduction

1.1 Background

1.2 Continuum Model of Fluid

1.3 Main Properties of Fluid

1.4 Problems

References

2 Fluid Statics

2.1 Forces on a Fluid

2.2 Equilibrium Equation and Its Integral

2.3 Basic Equation for Fluid Statics

2.4 Pressure Measurement

2.5 Forces Exertingona Plate by Static Fluid

2.6 Problems

References

3 Fluid Dynamics

3.1 Approaches Describing the Motion of Fluids

3.2 Classification and Basic Concepts of Fluid Flow

3.3 Continuity Equation of Fluid Motion

3.4 Differential Equations of Motion for Inviscid Fluid

3.5 Bernoulli's Integral of Motion Differential Equations for Inviscid Fluid

3.6 Differential Equations of Motion and Bernoulli Equation for Viscous Fluid

3.7 Bernoulli Equation for Viscous Fluid Flow in Pipes and Ducts

3.8 Instruments for Velocity and Flow Rate Measurement

3.9 Momentum Equation for Steady Flow and Its Application

3.10 Problem

References

4 Head Loss of Incompressible Viscous Flow

4.2 Two Regimes of Viscous Flow

4.3 Laminar Flow in Circular Pipe

4.4 Turbulent Flow in Circular Pipe

4.5 Determination of Friction Factor in Circular Pipe

4.6 Calculation of Frictional Loss in Noncircular Duct

4.7 Theoretical Foundation of Boundary Laye

4.8 Minor Head Loss in Pipeline

4.9 Problems

References

5 Pipe Network and Orifice, Nozzle Flow

5.1 Flow in Single Pipe

5.2 Flow in Multiple Pipes

5.3 Orifice Flow

5.4 Nozzle Flow

5.5 Problems

References

6 Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics Through Porous Media

6.1 Several Concepts

6.2 Darcy's Law

6.3 Mathematical Model of Liquid Porous Flow

6.4 Solution for Planar One-Directional Flow

6.5 Solution for Planar Radial Flow

6.6 Problems

References

7 Fluid Machinery

7.1 Centrifugal Pump

7.2 Centrifugal Fan

7.3 Problems

References

8 Similitude and Dimensional Analysis

8.1 Similitude

8.2 Dimensional Analysis and Its Application

8.3 Problems

References

9 CO2 Storage in Saline Aquifer with Vertical Heterogeneity

9.1 Description of CO2 Storage

9.2 Mathematics Model for CO2 Storage in Saline Aquifer

9.3 Analytical Solution

9.4 Evaluation and Analysis of Storage Effect

References

Appendix

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