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Franzini's name appears first on the earlier ed.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 764-768) and index.
Table of contents 1 Introduction 2 Properties of Fluids 3 Fluid Statics 4 Basics of Fluid Flow 5 Energy in Steady FLow 6 Momentum and Forces in Fluid Flow 7 Similitude and Dimensional Analysis 8 Steady Incompressible Flow in Pressure Conduits 9 Forces on Immersed Bodies 10 Steady Flow in Open Channels 11 Fluid Measurement 12 Unsteady-Flow Problems 13 Steady Flow of Compressible Fluids 14 Ideal Flow Mathematics 15 Hydraulic Machinery - Pumps 16 Hydraulic Machinery - Turbines Appendix A Fluid and Geometric Properties Appendix B Equations in Fluid Mechanics Appendix C Programming and Computer Applications Appendix D Examples of Using Solvers
This book is well known and well respected in the civil engineering market and has a following among civil engineers. This book is for civil engineers that teach fluid mechanics both within their discipline and as a service course to mechanical engineering students.