A complete revision of the first edition this book. The author has added a chapter on turbulence, and has expanded the work on paradoxes and modeling. W.M. Elsasser said of the first edition, "A book such as this, concentrating as it does on the boundaries of fundamental progress, should be indispensable to all those engaged in hydrodynamical research who are concerned with the type of generalization that so often in the past has led to fundamental progress."
Originally published in 1960.
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Table of Contents:
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- Preface, pg. vii
- Contents, pg. viii
- I. Paradoxes of Nonviscous Flow, pg. 1
- II. Paradoxes of Viscous Flow, pg. 29
- IIΙ. Jets, Wakes and Cavities, pg. 51
- IV. Modeling and Dimensional Analysis, pg. 86
- V. Groups and Fluid Mechanics, pg. 117
- VI. Added Mass, pg. 148
- Bibliography, pg. 179
- Index, pg. 183