Introduction to Compressible Fluid Flow, Second Edition

ISBN-10: 1439877912
ISBN-13: 9781439877913
Edition: 2nd 2013 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $139.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: CRC Press LLC
Publication date: 7/22/2013
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 580
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.596
Language: English

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.

Nomenclature
Preface
Acknowledgments
Authors
Introduction
Compressibility
Fundamental Assumptions
Units
SI Units
English System
Conservation Laws
Concluding Remarks
Equations for Steady One-Dimensional Compressible Fluid Flow
Introduction
Control Volume
Continuity Equation
Momentum Equation (Euler's Equation)
Steady Flow Energy Equation
Equation of State
Entropy Considerations
Use of the One-Dimensional Flow Equations
Conclucling Remarks
Some Fundamental Aspects of Compressible Flow
Introduction
Isentropic Flow in a Streamtube
Speed of Sound
Mach Waves
Concluding Remarks
One-Dimensional Isentropic Flow
Introduction
Governing Equations
Stagnation Conditions
Critical Conditions
Maximum Discharge Velocity
Isentropic Relations in Tabular and Graphical Form and from Software
Concluding Remarks
Normal Shock Waves
Shock Waves
Stationary Normal Shock Waves
Normal Shock Wave Relations in Terms of Mach Number
Limiting Cases of Normal Shock Wave Relations
Normal Shock Wave Tables and Software
The Pitot Tube in Supersonic Flow
Moving Normal Shock Waves
Concluding Remarks
Oblique Shock Waves
Introduction
Oblique Shock Wave Relations
Reflection of Oblique Shock Waves
Interaction of Oblique Shock Waves
Conical Shock Waves
Conclucling Remarks
Expansion Waves: Prandtl-Meyer Flow
Introduction
Prandtl-Meyer Flow
Reflection and Interaction of Expansion Waves
Boundary Layer Effects on Expansion Waves
Flow over Bodies Involving Shock and Expansion Waves
Unsteady Expansion Waves
Concluding Remarks
Variable Area Flow
Introduction
Effects of Area Changes on Flow
Equations for Variable Area Flow
Operating Characteristics of Nozzles
Convergent Nozzle
Convergent-Divergent Nozzle
Convergent-Divergent Supersonic Diffusers
Transonic Flow over a Body
Concluding Remarks
Adiabatic Flow in a Duct with Friction
Introduction
Flow in a Constant Area Duct
Friction Factor Variations
The Fanno Line
Frictional Flow in a Duct Preceded by an Isentropic Nozzle
The Effects of Friction on Variable Area Flow
Concluding Remarks
Flow with Heat Transfer
Introduction
Aerodynamic Heating
The Adiabatic Surface Temperature
Heat Transfer in High-Speed Flow
Internal Flows with Heat Addition or Removal
One-Dimensional Flow in a Constant Area Duct Neglecting Viscosity
Entropy-Temperature Relations
Variable Area Flow with Heat Addition
One-Dimensional Constant Area Flow with Both Heat Exchange and Friction
Isothermal Flow with Friction in a Constant Area Duct
Combustion Waves
Condensation Shocks
Concluding Remarks
External Flows
Internal Flows
Combustion and Condensation Waves
Hypersonic Flow
Introduction
Characteristics of Hypersonic Flow
Newtonian Theory
Modified Newtonian Theory
Forces on a Body
Concluding Remarks
High-Temperature Flows
Introduction
Effect of Temperature on Specific Heats
Perfect Gas Law
Dissociation and Ionization
Nonequilibrium Effects
Concluding Remarks
Low-Density Flows
Introduction
Knudsen Number
Low-Density Flow Regimes
Slip Flow
Free Molecular Flow
Concluding Remarks
An Introduction to Two-Dimensional Compressible Flow
Introduction
Governing Equations
Continuity Equation
Momentum Equation
Energy Equation
Vorticity Considerations
The Velocity Potential
Linearized Solutions
Linearized Subsonic Flow
Linearized Supersonic Flow
Numerical Solutions
Concluding Remarks
COMPROP2 Code for Compressible Flow Properties
Numerical Examples
Mini-Project-Type Assignments
Optical Methods in Compressible Flows
Isentropic Flow Table for � = 1.4
Normal Shock Table for � = 1.4
Table for One-Dimensional Adiabatic Flow with Friction for � = 1.4
Table for One-Dimensional Flow with Heat Exchange for � = 1.4
Table for One-Dimensional Isothermal Flow with Friction for � = 1.4
Oblique Shock Wave Charts for � = 1.4
Approximate Properties of the Standard Atmosphere
Properties of Dry Air at Atmospheric Pressure
Constants, Conversion Factors, and Units
Bibliography
Index

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