Contents: 
Basics 
Introduction
Some Reflections on the
History of Fluid Dynamics
General Equations of Newtonian
Fluid Dynamics
Special Equation Forms and
Related Equations
Basic Engineering Fluid
Mechanics 
Classical Fluid Dynamics 
Overview of Classical Fluid
Dynamics
Inviscid Incompressible
Flow
Inviscid Compressible Flow
Incompressible Laminar Viscous
Flows
Incompressible Laminar Boundary
Layer Flow
Compressible Lanimar Boundary
Layer Flow
Waves
Transition adn Turbulence
Turbulence Modeling and
Simulation
Plasma Flows
Chemically Reacting Flows
(Combustion)
Multiphase Flow  Gas/Liquid
Multiphase Flow  Gas/Solid
Multiphase Flow  Liquid/Solid
Fluidized Bed Systems
Caviation
Flow in Porous Media
NonNewtonian Fluid Flow 
High Reynolds Number
Asymptotic Theories 
Incompressible TripleDeck
Theory
FreeInteractions and Breakaway
Separation
Numerical Solution fo TwoDimensional
Steady TripleDeck Problems 
Numerical Solution of
the Equations of Fluid Dynamics 
Finite Difference Method
Finite volume Method
Finite Element Method
Spectral Element Methods
Somputer Science
Solution Methods for the
incompressible NavierStokes Equations
Convergence Acceleration 
Experimental Methods
in Fluid Mechanics 
Basic Instruments
Hotwire Anemometry
LaserDoppler Velocimetry
(LDV)
Multiphase Flow Measurements
Using Particale Image Velocimetry
Phase Doppler Particle Analyzer
(PDPA)
Flow Visualization
Uncertainty Analysis 
Applications 
AxialFlow Compressor and
Fan Aerodynamics
Turbomachinery
Nozzles and Diffusers
Airfoils and Wings
Pumps
Open Channel Flow
Atmospheric Flows
Mesoscale Oceanic Flows
Lubrication 
Appendixes 
A. Mathematics of Fluid
Mechanics
B. Tables of Dimensionless
Numbers
C. Transport Property Tables
D. Units and Constants 
Index 

The Handbook
of Fluid Dynamics 
by Richard W. Johnson,
ISBN: 0849325099 
The Handbook of Fluid
Dynamics  $139.95 each

The
Handbook of Fluid Dynamics provides professionals in the field of fluid
dynamics with a comprehensive guide and resource.
The book balances three traditional
areas of fluid mechanics  theoretical, computational, and experimental  and
expounds on basic science and engineering techniques.
Each chapter introduces a topic,
discusses the primary issues related to this subject, outlines approaches taken
by experts, and supplies references for further information. 


Topics discussed include: 

basic engineering fluid dynamics

classical fluid dynamics

turbulence modeling

reacting flows

multiphase flows

flow and porous media

high Reynolds number asymptotic
theories

finite difference method

finite volume method

finite element method spectral
element methods for incompressible flows

experimental methods, such as
hotwire anemometry, laserDoppler velocimetry, and flow visulatization

applications, such as axialflow
compressor and fan aerodynamics, turbomachinery, airfoils and wings, atmospheric
flows, and mesoscale oceanic flows

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information from outside their specialization, providing a broad reference
for the significant areas within fluid dynamics. 
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velocimetry, and phase Doppler particle analysis

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and lubrication

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