Unified Physics: Fluids
by Bob R. Hunter, Henry Allen
Publisher: Delmar Publishers 1971
Number of pages: 114
An introductory treatment of basic fluid principles as well as others elected topics. The materials are organized around a number of fundamental concepts of modern technology: differential forces, flow rates, opposition to flow, energy storage, time constants, impedance matching and resonance. The purpose of this organization is to provide a foundation for the study of several related technologies.
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