|Dec13-07, 04:49 PM||#1|
Question on Fluid Dynamics book
Does anyone here can advise me which of the following Fluid Dynamics is good for Beginner?
Title: An Introduction to Fluid Dynamics: Principles of Analysis and Design
Author: Stanley Middleman
Title: Fluid Dynamics: Theoretical and Computational Approaches
Author: Z. U. A. Warsi
Publisher: CRC Press
Title: Elementary Fluid Dynamics
Author: D. J. Acheson
Publisher: Oxford University Press
May you advice me if none of above books you think is good?
Just for information, I like a kind of R. C. Hibbeler books such as Statics, Dynamics, and Mechanics of Materials to help undergraduate students understanding the fields
Actually, the main purpose of my interest is Formula One / Grand Prix Engine Design.
|Dec13-07, 09:28 PM||#2|
Aerodynamics, by John. D. Anderson.
Fluid Dynamics = Garbage (I took both)
|Dec18-07, 08:18 AM||#3|
do you want an undergraduate text book or a post graduate one?
a good beginner textbook of fluid mechanics is by Frank M. White (Mc-Graw Hill)
Andersonn's aerodynamics is also excellent
If you are interested in engine design you should look up books on IC engines.
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