5 edition of Applied Fluid-Flow Calculations (Microcomputer software for chemical and mechanical engineers, Chemcalc) found in the catalog.
Applied Fluid-Flow Calculations (Microcomputer software for chemical and mechanical engineers, Chemcalc)
May 1985 by Gulf Pub. Co., Book Division .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||197|
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Calculations. Calculate the values of (y.h) 1/2 for Part A and discharge (Q) and (h ) for Part B. Record your calculations in the following Result Tables.
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AMSDEN* University of California, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, Los Alanws, New Mexico Received December 7, The ICE technique for numerical fluid dynamics has been revised considerably, and generalized .Bernoulli's Equation is applied to fluid flow problems, under certain assumptions, to find unknown parameters of flow between any two points on a streamline.
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