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By Morton E. Gurtin (Eds.)

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This ebook offers an advent to the classical theories of continuum mechanics; specifically, to the theories of perfect, compressible, and viscous fluids, and to the linear and nonlinear theories of elasticity. those theories are vital, not just simply because they're appropriate to a majority of the issues in continuum mechanics coming up in perform, yet simply because they shape a high-quality base upon which you may without difficulty build extra advanced theories of fabric habit. extra, even if realization is proscribed to the classical theories, the therapy is sleek with a big emphasis on foundations and constitution

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Hence, the three relationships in Eqs. 2c) The nondimensional group Q/(ΩD3) is a volumetric flow coefficient. In nonhydraulic flow turbomachines, an alternative to Q/(ΩD3) that is frequently used is the velocity (or flow) coefficient Φ 5 cm/U, where U is the mean blade speed and cm the average meridional velocity. Since Q 5 cm 3 flow area ~ cm D2 and U ~ ΩD then Q cm 5Φ ~ 3 ΩD U Both of these nondimensional groups are usually referred to as a flow coefficient, Φ. The nondimensional group ρΩD2/μ is a form of Reynolds number, denoted Re.

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This theorem states that for M independent variables and N dimensions, there must be at least M 2 N nondimensional groups. In this case, for 6 variables ðQ; Ω; D; ρ; μ; eÞ and 3 dimensions (mass, length, time), there must be 6 2 3 5 3 independent nondimensional groups. However, the form of the nondimensional groups required is not obvious and consideration of the physics is necessary. , μ, Q) in more than one group and allows gH, η, and P to be made explicit. Hence, the three relationships in Eqs.

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