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The Resource Introduction to compressible fluid flow, Patrick H. Oosthuizen, William E. Carscallen

Introduction to compressible fluid flow, Patrick H. Oosthuizen, William E. Carscallen

Label
Introduction to compressible fluid flow
Title
Introduction to compressible fluid flow
Statement of responsibility
Patrick H. Oosthuizen, William E. Carscallen
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Highlighting aspects of compressible fluid dynamics often missed in undergraduate courses, this text reviews background material and lays the foundation for more advanced and specialized courses such as Hypersonic Flow and Low Density Flows. With a wealth of updated and expanded material, this second edition includes numerical results obtained using a modern commercial computer fluid dynamics code, focuses on supporting software and practical applications, provides additional numerical and non-numerical problems, replaces BASIC with MATLAB® routines, and offers COMPROPS 2 software for compressible flow computation"--
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Cataloging source
CRCPR
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Oosthuizen, P. H
Dewey number
532.051
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QA911
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Heat transfer
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  • Fluid dynamics
  • Compressibility
  • TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Hydraulics
  • Compressibility
  • Fluid dynamics
  • Fluides, Dynamique des
Label
Introduction to compressible fluid flow, Patrick H. Oosthuizen, William E. Carscallen
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 547-550) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 8
  • Conical Shock Waves
  • 162
  • Conclucling Remarks
  • 165
  • 7
  • Expansion Waves: Prandtl-Meyer Flow
  • 169
  • Introduction
  • 169
  • Prandtl-Meyer Flow
  • SI Units
  • 169
  • Reflection and Interaction of Expansion Waves
  • 180
  • Boundary Layer Effects on Expansion Waves
  • 184
  • Flow over Bodies Involving Shock and Expansion Waves
  • 185
  • Unsteady Expansion Waves
  • 191
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 8
  • 204
  • 8
  • Variable Area Flow
  • 209
  • Introduction
  • 209
  • Effects of Area Changes on Flow
  • 209
  • Equations for Variable Area Flow
  • 215
  • English System
  • Operating Characteristics of Nozzles
  • 224
  • Convergent Nozzle
  • 225
  • Convergent-Divergent Nozzle
  • 229
  • Convergent-Divergent Supersonic Diffusers
  • 241
  • Transonic Flow over a Body
  • 251
  • 8
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 255
  • 9
  • Adiabatic Flow in a Duct with Friction
  • 263
  • Introduction
  • 263
  • Flow in a Constant Area Duct
  • 263
  • Friction Factor Variations
  • Conservation Laws
  • 278
  • The Fanno Line
  • 284
  • Frictional Flow in a Duct Preceded by an Isentropic Nozzle
  • 287
  • The Effects of Friction on Variable Area Flow
  • 295
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 298
  • 10
  • 10
  • Flow with Heat Transfer
  • 305
  • Introduction
  • 305
  • Aerodynamic Heating
  • 305
  • The Adiabatic Surface Temperature
  • 306
  • Heat Transfer in High-Speed Flow
  • 310
  • Concluding Remarks
  • Internal Flows with Heat Addition or Removal
  • 318
  • One-Dimensional Flow in a Constant Area Duct Neglecting Viscosity
  • 319
  • Entropy-Temperature Relations
  • 336
  • Variable Area Flow with Heat Addition
  • 338
  • One-Dimensional Constant Area Flow with Both Heat Exchange and Friction
  • 343
  • 18
  • Isothermal Flow with Friction in a Constant Area Duct
  • 348
  • Combustion Waves
  • 353
  • Condensation Shocks
  • 362
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 364
  • External Flows
  • 364
  • 2
  • Internal Flows
  • 365
  • Combustion and Condensation Waves
  • 365
  • 11
  • Hypersonic Flow
  • 373
  • Introduction
  • 373
  • Characteristics of Hypersonic Flow
  • 1
  • Equations for Steady One-Dimensional Compressible Fluid Flow
  • 373
  • Newtonian Theory
  • 380
  • Modified Newtonian Theory
  • 384
  • Forces on a Body
  • 389
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 396
  • 12
  • 21
  • High-Temperature Flows
  • 399
  • Introduction
  • 399
  • Effect of Temperature on Specific Heats
  • 401
  • Perfect Gas Law
  • 410
  • Dissociation and Ionization
  • 413
  • Introduction
  • Nonequilibrium Effects
  • 424
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 425
  • 13
  • Low-Density Flows
  • 427
  • Introduction
  • 427
  • Knudsen Number
  • 21
  • 427
  • Low-Density Flow Regimes
  • 430
  • Slip Flow
  • 434
  • Free Molecular Flow
  • 436
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 440
  • 14
  • Control Volume
  • An Introduction to Two-Dimensional Compressible Flow
  • 441
  • Introduction
  • 441
  • Governing Equations
  • 441
  • Continuity Equation
  • 441
  • Momentum Equation
  • 443
  • 23
  • Energy Equation
  • 445
  • Vorticity Considerations
  • 448
  • The Velocity Potential
  • 451
  • Linearized Solutions
  • 454
  • Linearized Subsonic Flow
  • 459
  • Continuity Equation
  • Linearized Supersonic Flow
  • 464
  • Numerical Solutions
  • 473
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 473
  • 24
  • Momentum Equation (Euler's Equation)
  • 26
  • Introduction
  • Steady Flow Energy Equation
  • 28
  • Equation of State
  • 29
  • Entropy Considerations
  • 32
  • Use of the One-Dimensional Flow Equations
  • 35
  • Conclucling Remarks
  • 36
  • 1
  • 3
  • Some Fundamental Aspects of Compressible Flow
  • 39
  • Introduction
  • 39
  • Isentropic Flow in a Streamtube
  • 39
  • Speed of Sound
  • 43
  • Mach Waves
  • Compressibility
  • 51
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 55
  • 4
  • One-Dimensional Isentropic Flow
  • 59
  • Introduction
  • 59
  • Governing Equations
  • 59
  • 1
  • Stagnation Conditions
  • 68
  • Critical Conditions
  • 76
  • Maximum Discharge Velocity
  • 78
  • Isentropic Relations in Tabular and Graphical Form and from Software
  • 79
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 81
  • Fundamental Assumptions
  • 5
  • Normal Shock Waves
  • 87
  • Shock Waves
  • 87
  • Stationary Normal Shock Waves
  • 91
  • Normal Shock Wave Relations in Terms of Mach Number
  • 100
  • Limiting Cases of Normal Shock Wave Relations
  • 5
  • 108
  • Normal Shock Wave Tables and Software
  • 110
  • The Pitot Tube in Supersonic Flow
  • 112
  • Moving Normal Shock Waves
  • 117
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 129
  • 6
  • Units
  • Oblique Shock Waves
  • 135
  • Introduction
  • 135
  • Oblique Shock Wave Relations
  • 135
  • Reflection of Oblique Shock Waves
  • 146
  • Interaction of Oblique Shock Waves
  • 156
Control code
958798887
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781439877920
Lccn
2013020079
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
text file, PDF.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)958798887
Label
Introduction to compressible fluid flow, Patrick H. Oosthuizen, William E. Carscallen
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 547-550) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 8
  • Conical Shock Waves
  • 162
  • Conclucling Remarks
  • 165
  • 7
  • Expansion Waves: Prandtl-Meyer Flow
  • 169
  • Introduction
  • 169
  • Prandtl-Meyer Flow
  • SI Units
  • 169
  • Reflection and Interaction of Expansion Waves
  • 180
  • Boundary Layer Effects on Expansion Waves
  • 184
  • Flow over Bodies Involving Shock and Expansion Waves
  • 185
  • Unsteady Expansion Waves
  • 191
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 8
  • 204
  • 8
  • Variable Area Flow
  • 209
  • Introduction
  • 209
  • Effects of Area Changes on Flow
  • 209
  • Equations for Variable Area Flow
  • 215
  • English System
  • Operating Characteristics of Nozzles
  • 224
  • Convergent Nozzle
  • 225
  • Convergent-Divergent Nozzle
  • 229
  • Convergent-Divergent Supersonic Diffusers
  • 241
  • Transonic Flow over a Body
  • 251
  • 8
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 255
  • 9
  • Adiabatic Flow in a Duct with Friction
  • 263
  • Introduction
  • 263
  • Flow in a Constant Area Duct
  • 263
  • Friction Factor Variations
  • Conservation Laws
  • 278
  • The Fanno Line
  • 284
  • Frictional Flow in a Duct Preceded by an Isentropic Nozzle
  • 287
  • The Effects of Friction on Variable Area Flow
  • 295
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 298
  • 10
  • 10
  • Flow with Heat Transfer
  • 305
  • Introduction
  • 305
  • Aerodynamic Heating
  • 305
  • The Adiabatic Surface Temperature
  • 306
  • Heat Transfer in High-Speed Flow
  • 310
  • Concluding Remarks
  • Internal Flows with Heat Addition or Removal
  • 318
  • One-Dimensional Flow in a Constant Area Duct Neglecting Viscosity
  • 319
  • Entropy-Temperature Relations
  • 336
  • Variable Area Flow with Heat Addition
  • 338
  • One-Dimensional Constant Area Flow with Both Heat Exchange and Friction
  • 343
  • 18
  • Isothermal Flow with Friction in a Constant Area Duct
  • 348
  • Combustion Waves
  • 353
  • Condensation Shocks
  • 362
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 364
  • External Flows
  • 364
  • 2
  • Internal Flows
  • 365
  • Combustion and Condensation Waves
  • 365
  • 11
  • Hypersonic Flow
  • 373
  • Introduction
  • 373
  • Characteristics of Hypersonic Flow
  • 1
  • Equations for Steady One-Dimensional Compressible Fluid Flow
  • 373
  • Newtonian Theory
  • 380
  • Modified Newtonian Theory
  • 384
  • Forces on a Body
  • 389
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 396
  • 12
  • 21
  • High-Temperature Flows
  • 399
  • Introduction
  • 399
  • Effect of Temperature on Specific Heats
  • 401
  • Perfect Gas Law
  • 410
  • Dissociation and Ionization
  • 413
  • Introduction
  • Nonequilibrium Effects
  • 424
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 425
  • 13
  • Low-Density Flows
  • 427
  • Introduction
  • 427
  • Knudsen Number
  • 21
  • 427
  • Low-Density Flow Regimes
  • 430
  • Slip Flow
  • 434
  • Free Molecular Flow
  • 436
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 440
  • 14
  • Control Volume
  • An Introduction to Two-Dimensional Compressible Flow
  • 441
  • Introduction
  • 441
  • Governing Equations
  • 441
  • Continuity Equation
  • 441
  • Momentum Equation
  • 443
  • 23
  • Energy Equation
  • 445
  • Vorticity Considerations
  • 448
  • The Velocity Potential
  • 451
  • Linearized Solutions
  • 454
  • Linearized Subsonic Flow
  • 459
  • Continuity Equation
  • Linearized Supersonic Flow
  • 464
  • Numerical Solutions
  • 473
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 473
  • 24
  • Momentum Equation (Euler's Equation)
  • 26
  • Introduction
  • Steady Flow Energy Equation
  • 28
  • Equation of State
  • 29
  • Entropy Considerations
  • 32
  • Use of the One-Dimensional Flow Equations
  • 35
  • Conclucling Remarks
  • 36
  • 1
  • 3
  • Some Fundamental Aspects of Compressible Flow
  • 39
  • Introduction
  • 39
  • Isentropic Flow in a Streamtube
  • 39
  • Speed of Sound
  • 43
  • Mach Waves
  • Compressibility
  • 51
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 55
  • 4
  • One-Dimensional Isentropic Flow
  • 59
  • Introduction
  • 59
  • Governing Equations
  • 59
  • 1
  • Stagnation Conditions
  • 68
  • Critical Conditions
  • 76
  • Maximum Discharge Velocity
  • 78
  • Isentropic Relations in Tabular and Graphical Form and from Software
  • 79
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 81
  • Fundamental Assumptions
  • 5
  • Normal Shock Waves
  • 87
  • Shock Waves
  • 87
  • Stationary Normal Shock Waves
  • 91
  • Normal Shock Wave Relations in Terms of Mach Number
  • 100
  • Limiting Cases of Normal Shock Wave Relations
  • 5
  • 108
  • Normal Shock Wave Tables and Software
  • 110
  • The Pitot Tube in Supersonic Flow
  • 112
  • Moving Normal Shock Waves
  • 117
  • Concluding Remarks
  • 129
  • 6
  • Units
  • Oblique Shock Waves
  • 135
  • Introduction
  • 135
  • Oblique Shock Wave Relations
  • 135
  • Reflection of Oblique Shock Waves
  • 146
  • Interaction of Oblique Shock Waves
  • 156
Control code
958798887
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781439877920
Lccn
2013020079
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
text file, PDF.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)958798887

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