Fluid and Solid Mechanics (eBook)
by shaun bullett, tom fearn;frank smith (Author)

 49,704 Words
 228 Pages
This book leads readers from a basic foundation to an advancedlevel understanding of fluid and solid mechanics. Perfect for graduate or PhD mathematicalscience students looking for help in understanding the fundamentals of the topic, it also explores more specific areas such as multideck theory, timemean turbulent shear flows, nonlinear free surface flows, and internal fluid dynamics.
Fluid and Solid Mechanics is the second volume of the LTCC Advanced Mathematics Series. This series is the first to provide advanced introductions to mathematical science topics to advanced students of mathematics. Edited by the three joint heads of the London Taught Course Centre for PhD Students in the Mathematical Sciences (LTCC), each book supports readers in broadening their mathematical knowledge outside of their immediate research disciplines while also covering specialized key areas.
Contents: Introductory Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (Michael Davey)
 Multiple Deck Theory (S N Timoshin)
 TimeMean Turbulent Shear Flows: Classical Modelling — Asymptotic Analysis — New Perspectives (Bernhard Scheichl)
 Nonlinear Free Surface Flows with Gravity and Surface Tension (JM VandenBroeck)
 Internal Fluid Dynamics (Frank T Smith)
 Fundamentals of Physiological Solid Mechanics (N C Ovenden and C L Walsh)
Readership: Researchers, graduate or PhD mathematicalscience students who require a reference book that covers fluid dynamics and solid mechanics.
Pure Mathematics;Applied Mathematics;Mathematical Sciences;Techniques;Algebra;Logic;Combinatorics;Fluid Dynamics;Solid MechanicsKey Features:
 Each chapter is written by a leading lecturer in the field
 Concise and versatile
 Can be used as a masters level teaching support or a reference handbook for researchers
 Released: March 22, 2016
 Categories: Education, Science & Nature
 Language: English
 Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Europe Ltd.
 ISBN10: 1786340283
 ISBN13: 9781786340283