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Flow in Closed ConduitsFlow in Closed ConduitsINTRODUCTIONThe energy principle is applied to the solution of practical closed-conduit flow problems in different branches of engineering practice. Flow of a real fluid is more complex than that of an ideal fluid. Shear forces between fluid particles and the boundary walls and between the fluid particles themselves result from the fluid’s viscosity. The partial differential equations that might evaluate the flow (Euler equations) have no general solution. Results of experimentation and semiempirical methods must be used to solve flow problems.…
Ranald Giles; Jack Evett; Cheng Liu: Schaum’s Outline of Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics, Third Edition. Flow in Closed Conduits, Chapter
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