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Hydraulics for Engineers and Engineering Students

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Hydraulics for Engineers and Engineering Students
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Publisher: E. Arnold
ISBN/ASIN: 1152837052
Number of pages: 598

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Contents: fluids at rest; floating bodies; fluids in motion; flow of water through orifices and over weirs; flow through pipes; flow in open channels; gauging the flow of water; impact of water on vanes; water wheels and turbines; pumps; hydraulic machines; resistance to the motion of bodies in water; stream line motion.

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