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In this new fundamsntos we have made several changes to reflect the fact that with new advances in technology,this visual component is becoming easier to incorporate into the learning environment,for both access and delivery,and is an important component to the learning of fluid mechanics. Thus,approximately newphotographs and illustrations have been added to the book.

Some of these are within the text material; some are used to enhance the example problems; and some are included as margin figures of the type shown in the left margin to more clearly illustrate various points discussed in the text. In addition,80 newvideo segments have been added, bringing the total number of video segments to These video segments illustrate manyinteresting and practical applications of real-world fluid phenomena. Many involve newCFD computational fluid dynamics material.

Each video segment is identified at the appropriate location in the text material by a video icon and thumbnail photograph of the type shown in the left margin. Each video segment has a separate associated text description of what is shown in the video. There are approximately homework problems that are directly related to the topics in the videos. One of our libto is to represent fluid mechanics as it really is—an exciting and useful discipline.

To this end,we include analyses of numerous everyday examples of fluid-flow phenomena to which students and faculty can easily relate. In the sixth edition examples are presented that provide detailed mubson to a variety of problems.

MUNSON, B. R. et al. Fundamentals of fluid mechanics. 7th edition ed. Hoboken, NJ-…

Many of the examples have been newlyextended to illustrate what happens if one or more of the parameters is changed. This gives the user a better feel for some of the basic principles involved.

In addition,many of the examples contain newphotographs of the actual device or item involved in the example. Many of these problems have homework problems associated with them. The problems are newlygrouped and identified according to topic.

An effort has been made to include several new,easier problems at the start of each group.

The following types of problems are included:. Lab Problems—There are 30 extended,laboratory-type problems that involve actual experimental data for simple experiments of the type that are often found in the laboratory portion of many introductory fluid mechanics courses.


The data fuundamentos these problems are mmunson in Excel format. Life Long Learning Problems—There are more than 40 newlife long learning problems that involve obtaining additional information about various new state-of-the-art fluid mechanics topics and writing a brief report about this material.

Review Problems—There is a set of review problems covering most of the main topics in the book. Since this is an introductory text,we have designed the presentation of material to allow for the gradual development of student confidence in fluid problem solving.

Fundamenfos important concept or notion is considered in terms of simple and easy-to-understand circumstances before more complicated features are introduced. Each page contains a brief summary a highlight sentence that serves to prepare or remind the reader about an important concept discussed on that page.


A newbrief Learning Objectives section is ffluidos at the beginning of each chapter. It is helpful to read through this list prior to reading the chapter to gain a preview of the main concepts presented. Upon completion of the chapter,it is beneficial to look back at the original learning objectives to ensure that a satisfactory level of understanding has been acquired for each item.

Additional reinforcement of these learning objectives is provided in the form of a Chapter Summary and Study Guide at the end of each chapter. In this section a brief summary of the key concepts and principles introduced in the chapter is included along with a listing of important terms with which the student should be familiar.

These vluidos are highlighted in the text. A newlist of the main equations mnson the chapter is included in the chapter summary. Two systems of units continue to be used throughout most of the text: About one-half of the examples and homework problems are in each set of munskn.

The English Engineering System pounds,pounds mass,feet,and seconds is used in the discussion of compressible flow in Chapter 1. This usage is standard practice for the topic.

MUNSON, B. R. et al. Fundamentals of fluid mechanics. 7th edition ed. Hoboken, NJ

In the first four chapters the student is made aware of some fundamental aspects of fluid motion,including important fluid properties,regimes of flow,pressure variations in fluids at rest and in motion,fluid kinematics,and methods of flow description and analysis.

The Bernoulli equation is introduced in Chapter 3 to draw attention,early on,to some of the interesting effects of fluid motion on the distribution of pressure in a flow field. We believe that this timely consideration of elementary fluid dynamics increases student enthusiasm for the more complicated material that follows. In Chapter 4 we convey the essential elements of kinematics,including Eulerian and Lagrangian mathematical descriptions of flow phenomena,and indicate the vital relationship between the two views.

For teachers who wish to consider kinematics in detail before the material on elementary fluid dynamics,Chapters 3 and 4 can be interchanged without loss of continuity. Chapters 5,6,and 7 expand on the basic analysis methods generally used to solve or to begin solving fluid mechanics problems.

Emphasis is placed on understanding how flow phenomena are described mathematically and on when and how to use infinitesimal and finitecontrol volumes. The effects of fluid friction on pressure and velocity distributions are also considered in some detail. A formal course in thermodynamics is not required to understand the various portions of the text that consider some elementary aspects of the thermodynamics of fluid flow. Chapter 7 features the advantages of using dimensional analysis and similitude for organizing test data and for planning experiments and the basic techniques involved.

Owing to the growing importance of computational fluid dynamics CFD in engineering design and analysis,material on this subject is included in Appendix A.

This material may be omitted without any loss of continuity to the rest of the text. This introductory CFD overview includes examples and problems mujson various interesting flow situations that are to be solved using FlowLab software.

Chapters 8 through 12 offer students opportunities for the further application of the principles learned early in the text.

Also,where appropriate,additional important notions such as boundary layers,transition from laminar to turbulent flow,turbulence modeling,and flow separation are introduced.

Practical concerns such as pipe flow,open-channel flow,flow measurement,drag and lift,the effects of compressibility,and the fluid mechanics fundamentals associated with turbomachines are included. Students who study this text and who solve a representative set of the exercises provided should acquire a useful knowledge of the fundamentals of fluid mechanics. Faculty who use this text are provided with numerous topics to select from in order to meet the objectives of their own courses.


More material is included than can be reasonably covered in one term. All are reminded of the fine collection of supplementary material. We have cited throughout the text various articles and books that are available for enrichment. It provides detailed solutions to the Review Problems and a concise overview of the essential points of most of the main sections of the text,along with appropriate equations,illustrations,and worked examples.

This supplement is available through your local bookstore,or you may purchase it on the Wiley website at w. Student Companion Site—The student section of the book website at w. Access is free-of-charge with the registration code included in the front of every new book. Instructor Companion Site—The instructor section of the book website at w. Instructor Solutions Manual,containing complete,detailed solutions to all of the problems in the text.

These instructor materials are password-protected. Visit the Instructor Companion Site to register for a password. This offer is available in the Americas only; fees vary by geographic region outside the Americas. FlowLab is a CFD package that allows students to solve fluid dynamics problems without requiring a long training period. This software introduces CFD technology to undergraduates and uses CFD to excite students about fluid dynamics mecajica learning more about transport phenomena of all kinds.

To learn more about FlowLab,and request to have it munsonn in your department,visit the Instructor Companion Site at w. WileyPLUScombines the complete,dynamic online text with all of the fliudos and learning resources you need,in one easy-to-use system.

A robust variety of examples and exercises enable students to work problems, see their results,and obtain instant feedback including hints and reading references linked directly to the online text.

Contact your local Wiley representative,or visit w. We express our thanks to the many colleagues who have helped in the development of this text, including:. We wish to express our gratitude to the many persons who supplied the photographs used throughout the text and to fundamentow many persons who provided suggestions for this and previous editions through reviews and surveys. Finally,we thank our families for their continued encouragement during the writing of this sixth edition.

Working with students over the years has taught us much about fluid mechanics education. D have tried in earnest to draw from this experience for the benefit of users of this book. Obviously we are still learning and we welcome any suggestions and comments from you. In this fundamntos the pressure variation in a fluid at rest is considered,along with some important consequences of this type of pressure variation. It is shown that for incompressible fluids at rest the pressure varies linearly with depth.

This type of variation is commonly referred to as hydrostatic pressure distribution. For compressible mecaanica at rest the pressure distribution will not generally be hydrostatic,but Eq. Mhnson distinction between absolute and gage pressureisdiscussed along with a consideration of barometers for the measurement of atmospheric pressure. Fundamentals of fluid mechanics. Rodrigo row Enviado por: Viscous Fluid Flow – 3rd ed.

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