Hey all, I'm a Math major (most of my coursework was in PDEs) and just got accepted into Grad school (yay) for Mechanical Engineering. I need to be very familiar with fluid mechanics and have about 5 months to do so. Trouble is, the last fluid mechanics course I took was about 3-4 years ago and my physics is quite rusty. I'm looking for suggestions for a book (or books) to take me from the very basics (I really don't remember anything about it) to a level expected of someone who majored in Mechanical Engineering and possibly beyond. I'll be covering some as my coursework, but I prefer to be very thorough and prepared. Worked examples generally are the most instructive for me, but I'm looking for any books that users would recommend. Thanks!