Filename: fluid-mechanics.pdf
ISBN: 9781483140506
Release Date: 2013-10-22
Number of pages: 558
Author: L D Landau
Publisher: Elsevier

Download and read online Fluid Mechanics in PDF and EPUB Course of Theoretical Physics, Volume 6: Fluid Mechanics discusses several areas of concerns regarding fluid mechanics. The book provides a discussion on the phenomenon in fluid mechanics and their intercorrelations, such as heat transfer, diffusion in fluids, acoustics, theory of combustion, dynamics of superfluids, and relativistic fluid dynamics. The text will be of great interest to researchers whose work involves or concerns fluid mechanics.

Filename: fluid-mechanics.pdf
ISBN: 9781483161044
Release Date: 2013-09-03
Number of pages: 554
Author: L D Landau
Publisher: Elsevier

Download and read online Fluid Mechanics in PDF and EPUB Fluid Mechanics, Second Edition deals with fluid mechanics, that is, the theory of the motion of liquids and gases. Topics covered range from ideal fluids and viscous fluids to turbulence, boundary layers, thermal conduction, and diffusion. Surface phenomena, sound, and shock waves are also discussed, along with gas flow, combustion, superfluids, and relativistic fluid dynamics. This book is comprised of 16 chapters and begins with an overview of the fundamental equations of fluid dynamics, including Euler's equation and Bernoulli's equation. The reader is then introduced to the equations of motion of a viscous fluid; energy dissipation in an incompressible fluid; damping of gravity waves; and the mechanism whereby turbulence occurs. The following chapters explore the laminar boundary layer; thermal conduction in fluids; dynamics of diffusion of a mixture of fluids; and the phenomena that occur near the surface separating two continuous media. The energy and momentum of sound waves; the direction of variation of quantities in a shock wave; one- and two-dimensional gas flow; and the intersection of surfaces of discontinuity are also also considered. This monograph will be of interest to theoretical physicists.

Filename: physical-fluid-dynamics.pdf
ISBN: 9789400999923
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Number of pages: 362
Author: D. J. Tritton
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Physical Fluid Dynamics in PDF and EPUB To classify a book as 'experimental' rather than 'theoretical' or as 'pure' rather than 'applied' is liable to imply umeal distinctions. Nevertheless, some Classification is necessary to teIl the potential reader whether the book is for him. In this spirit, this book may be said to treat fluid dynamies as a branch of physics, rather than as a branch of applied mathematics or of engineering. I have often heard expressions of the need for such a book, and certainly I have feIt it in my own teaching. I have written it primariIy for students of physics and of physics-based applied science, aIthough I hope others may find it useful. The book differs from existing 'fundamental' books in placing much greater emphasis on what we know through laboratory experiments and their physical interpretation and less on the mathe matieal formalism. It differs from existing 'applied' books in that the choice of topics has been made for the insight they give into the behaviour of fluids in motion rather than for their practical importance. There are differences also from many existing books on fluid dynamics in the branches treated, reflecting to some extent shifts of interest in reeent years. In particular, geophysical and astrophysical applications have prompted important fundamental developments in topics such as conveetion, stratified flow, and the dynamics of rotating fluids. These developments have hitherto been reflected in the contents of textbooks only to a limited extent.

Filename: fluid-dynamics-for-physicists.pdf
ISBN: 0521429692
Release Date: 1995-08-17
Number of pages: 440
Author: T. E. Faber
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Fluid Dynamics for Physicists in PDF and EPUB This textbook provides an accessible and comprehensive account of fluid dynamics that emphasizes fundamental physical principles and stresses connections with other branches of physics. Beginning with a basic introduction, the book goes on to cover many topics not typically treated in texts, such as compressible flow and shock waves, sound attenuation and bulk viscosity, solitary waves and ship waves, thermal convection, instabilities, turbulence, and the behavior of anisotropic, non-Newtonian and quantum fluids. Undergraduate or graduate students in physics or engineering who are taking courses in fluid dynamics will find this book invaluable.

Filename: quantum-electrodynamics.pdf
ISBN: 9780080503462
Release Date: 2012-12-02
Number of pages: 667
Author: V B Berestetskii
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

Download and read online Quantum Electrodynamics in PDF and EPUB Several significant additions have been made to the second edition, including the operator method of calculating the bremsstrahlung cross-section, the calcualtion of the probabilities of photon-induced pair production and photon decay in a magnetic field, the asymptotic form of the scattering amplitudes at high energies, inelastic scattering of electrons by hadrons, and the transformation of electron-positron pairs into hadrons.

Filename: fluid-mechanics-and-the-sph-method.pdf
ISBN: 9780199655526
Release Date: 2012-05-03
Number of pages: 594
Author: Damien Violeau
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Fluid Mechanics and the SPH Method in PDF and EPUB This book presents the SPH method for fluid modelling from a theoretical and applied viewpoint. It explains the foundations of the method, from physical principles, and will help researchers, students, and engineers to understand how the method should be used and why it works well.

Filename: fluid-mechanics.pdf
ISBN: 9781139497510
Release Date: 2011-04-14
Number of pages:
Author: Gregory Falkovich
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Fluid Mechanics in PDF and EPUB The multidisciplinary field of fluid mechanics is one of the most actively developing fields of physics, mathematics and engineering. In this book, the fundamental ideas of fluid mechanics are presented from a physics perspective. Using examples taken from everyday life, from hydraulic jumps in a kitchen sink to Kelvin–Helmholtz instabilities in clouds, the book provides readers with a better understanding of the world around them. It teaches the art of fluid-mechanical estimates and shows how the ideas and methods developed to study the mechanics of fluids are used to analyze other systems with many degrees of freedom in statistical physics and field theory. Aimed at undergraduate and graduate students, the book assumes no prior knowledge of the subject and only a basic understanding of vector calculus and analysis. It contains 32 exercises of varying difficulties, from simple estimates to elaborate calculations, with detailed solutions to help readers understand fluid mechanics.

Filename: the-classical-theory-of-fields.pdf
ISBN: 0750627689
Release Date: 1975
Number of pages: 402
Author: Lev Davidovich Landau
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

Download and read online The Classical Theory of Fields in PDF and EPUB The fourth edition contains seven new sections with chapters on General Relativity, Gravitational Waves and Relativistic Cosmology. The text has been thoroughly revised and additional problems inserted. The Complete course of Theoretical Physics by Landau and Lifshitz, recognized as two of the world's outstanding physicists, is published in full by Butterworth-Heinemann. It comprises nine volumes, covering all branches of the subject; translations from the Russian are by leading scientists.

Filename: elementary-fluid-dynamics.pdf
ISBN: 9780198596790
Release Date: 1990-03-15
Number of pages: 397
Author: D. J. Acheson
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Elementary Fluid Dynamics in PDF and EPUB This textbook provides a clear and concise introduction to both theory and application of fluid dynamics, suitable for all undergraduates coming to the subject for the first time. It has a wide scope, with frequent references to experiments, and numerous exercises illustrating the main ideas.

Filename: nist-handbook-of-mathematical-functions.pdf
ISBN: 9780521192255
Release Date: 2010-05-17
Number of pages: 951
Author: Frank W. J. Olver
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online NIST Handbook of Mathematical Functions in PDF and EPUB The new standard reference on mathematical functions, replacing the classic but outdated handbook from Abramowitz and Stegun. Includes PDF version.

Filename: course-of-theoretical-physics.pdf
ISBN: 9781483106236
Release Date: 2013-06-01
Number of pages: 562
Author: L. D. Landau
Publisher: Elsevier

Download and read online Course of Theoretical Physics in PDF and EPUB Course of Theoretical Physics, Volume 5: Statistical Physics, Third Edition, Part 1 covers the fundamental principles of statistical physics and thermodynamic quantities. The book discusses the Gibbs and Maxwellian distributions; the Boltzmann distribution for ideal gases; and the Fermi and Bose distributions. Solids are tackled with regard to their application of statistical methods of calculating the thermodynamic quantities. The book describes the deviations of gases from the ideal state, conditions of phase equilibrium, solutions, and chemical reactions. The text also discusses the properties of matter at very high density; the Gaussian distribution; fluctuations of the fundamental thermodynamic quantities; and fluctuations in solids and ideal gases. The symmetry of crystals; phase transitions of the second kind and critical phenomena; and surfaces are considered as well. Students taking statistical physics and those involved in the areas of statistical physics will find the book invaluable.

Filename: physics-of-wetting.pdf
ISBN: 9783110444810
Release Date: 2017-09-11
Number of pages: 254
Author: Edward Yu. Bormashenko
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

Download and read online Physics of Wetting in PDF and EPUB Motivated by a plethora of phenomena from nature, this textbook introduces into the physics of wetting of surfaces. After a brief discussion of the foundations of surface tension, its implementation for floating objects, capillary waves, bouncing droplets, walking of water striders, etc. is discussed. Furthermore, Marangoni flows, surface tension inspired instabilities, condensation and evaporation of droplets, liquid marbles, superhydrophobicity and superoleophobicity (lotus effect) are introduced. All relevant concepts are illustrated by the numerous qualitative and quantitative exercises. Contents What is surface tension? Wetting of surfaces: the contact angle Surface tension-assisted floating of heavy and light objects and walking of water striders Capillary interactions between particles. Particles placed on liquid surfaces. Elasticity of liquid surfaces, covered by colloidal particles Capillary waves Oscillation of droplets Marangoni flow and surface instabilities Evaporation of droplets. The Kelvin and the coffee-stain effects Condensation, growth and coalescence of droplets and the breath-figure self-assembly Dynamics of wetting: bouncing, spreading and rolling of droplets (water hammer effect – water entry and drag-out problems)Superhydrophobicity and superoleophobicity: the Wenzel and Cassie wetting regimes The Leidenfrost effect. Liquid marbles: self-propulsion Physics, geometry, life and death of soap films and bubbles

Filename: multiphase-flow-dynamics-1.pdf
ISBN: 9783540698326
Release Date: 2007-06-08
Number of pages: 758
Author: Nikolay Ivanov Kolev
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Multiphase Flow Dynamics 1 in PDF and EPUB Multi-phase flows are part of our natural environment such as tornadoes, typhoons, air and water pollution and volcanic activities as well as part of industrial technology such as power plants, combustion engines, propulsion systems, or chemical and biological industry. The industrial use of multi-phase systems requires analytical and numerical strategies for predicting their behavior. In its third extended edition this monograph contains theory, methods and practical experience for describing complex transient multi-phase processes in arbitrary geometrical configurations, providing a systematic presentation of the theory and practice of numerical multi-phase fluid dynamics. In the present first volume the fundamentals of multiphase dynamics are provided. This third edition includes various updates, extensions and improvements in all book chapters.

Filename: operator-theory-analysis-and-mathematical-physics.pdf
ISBN: 9783764381356
Release Date: 2007-04-29
Number of pages: 260
Author: Jan Janas
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Operator Theory Analysis and Mathematical Physics in PDF and EPUB This volume contains lectures delivered at the International Conference Operator Theory and its Applications in Mathematical Physics (OTAMP 2004), held at the Mathematical Research and Conference Center in Bedlewo near Poznan, Poland. The idea behind these lectures was to present interesting ramifications of operator methods in current research of mathematical physics.