

This section contains free ebooks and guides on Fluid Mechanics, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.




Fluid Mechanics lecture notesRichard FitzpatrickOnline  282 Pages  EnglishA complete set of lecture notes
for an upperdivision undergraduate Fluid Mechanics course. The course
concentrates on those aspects of fluid mechanics that can be studied
analytically. Topics covered include hydrodynamics, surface tension, boundary
layers, potential flow, aerodynamics, viscous flow, and waves.
 Basics of Fluid Mechanics [PDF 189p]  Fundamentals of Compressible Flow Mechanics [PDF 376p]  IB lecture notes on fluid dynamicsM. E. McIntyreOnline  NA Pages  EnglishThis note covers the
following topics: Kinematics, Flow Visualization, Material Derivative, Stream
Functions, Dynamics, Applications Of Momentum Integral, Vorticity, Irrotational
Flows, Applications Of Irrotational and Time dependent Bernoulli, Kinetic
Energy, Vortex Motion, Flows With a Free Surface.
 Fluid Dynamics Class HandoutThis note covers the following topics: Kinematics, Flow Visualization, Material Derivative, Conservation of Mass,
Kinematic Boundary Conditions, Incompressibility, Stream function, Motion of a
material line element, Dynamics, Vorticity, Kelvin's circulation theorem,
NA  ion theorem,
Pages  English
 Computational Fluid Dynamics of Incompressible Flow (PDF 155p)  Basic Computational Numerical Analysis (PDF 1.7 MB)J.
M. McDonoughPDF  166 Pages  EnglishThis book explains the following topics: Numerical linear algebra,
Solution of non linear equation, Approximation theory, Numerical solotion of
ODEs, Numerical solotion of PDEs.
 Introduction to TurbulenceJ. M. McDonoughPDF  179 Pages  EnglishThis book explains the following topics:
Fundamental Considerations, Statistical Analysis and Modeling of Turbulence,
LargeEddy Simulation and MultiScale Methods.
 Fluid Dynamics (PDF 75P)C. NashPDF  75 Pages  EnglishThis
book explains the following topics: The equation of continuity, Euler’s equation of motion for nonviscous fluids,
Bernoulli’s equation, Adiabatic flow and the Mach number, Two dimensional flow
and complex variable methods, Viscous flow, the NavierStokes equation and the
satisfactory vorticity equation , Dissipation of energy in a viscous
incompressible fluid.
 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Class Notes  Advanced Fluid Dynamics of the Environment  Lectures in Elementary Fluid Dynamics [PDF 163]  Elementary fluid dynamics (PDF 163)  An Introduction to Fluid Mechanics (PDF 126P) new 








