This volume contains material associated with BSc courses in engineering in which a knowledge of fluid dynamics is required.
The emphasis is placed on advanced aspects of the subject, and a knowledge of the basic principles is assumed.
This text should therefore be appropriate to the final year of study, and some postgraduate areas.
Chapters 1-6 cover the theoretical aspects, and chapters 7-11 applications thereof.
As part of the "Solving Problems series", each chapter in this text comprises a summary of the basic theory or pertinent material, a selection of worked examples, and several examples (with answers) for the reader to attempt.
This volume is therefore intended to complement a text book.
Most of the problems have been devised by the author for use in examinations and tutorial work, and some others have been taken from examination papers set by Newcastle-upon-Tyne Polytechnic.