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Recommended Fluid Dynamics Literature

  1. Feb 4, 2013 #1
    I would like to further my understanding in aerospace fluid dynamics as I'm hoping to apply to a fluid dynamics department that sways more towards scientific understanding, at an aero gas turbine company. I have recently read the book entitled Anderson's CFD; Basics with Applications, and I am currently using Fluent to solve various simple problems. I'm looking for a book that provides the next step in fluids, preferably in a clear manner such as in Anderson's books. Should this be of a particular area i.e. turbulence or multiphase fluids, or is there a general book I should read first? I'm unsure of my preferences yet without working in each area, therefore my question partly relates to what people normally do in this circumstance.

    Any thoughts are much appreciated.
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