I'm looking for a book to really help hit home what my fluids class is teaching because I'd like to eventually learn the Navier Stokes Equation. Syllabus: 1. Introduction, definitions, fluid kinematics 2. Hydrostatics, including nanometers, Bourdon gauges and pressure transducers 3. Control volume equations for continuity, linear momentum, angular momentum, and energy; Bernoulli's equation; includes pitot tubes, Venturi meters, orifice meters and hot wire anenometers 4. Differential continuity and momentum equations 5. Dimensional similitude and model testing 6. Viscous flows, pipe flows 7. Boundary layers, lift and drag 8. Potential flow, superposition, numerical solutions 9. Compressible flow Could anyone recommend a book that follows these topics and prepares me for Intermediate Fluid Mechanics?