Here is the listing of Best reference books on Boundary Layer Theory.
|1. “Boundary Layer Theory” by H. Schlichting
Book Review: The book provides a complete overview of boundary level theory and its application in all the areas of fluid mechanics thereby stressing on the flow past bodies. This is a very good textbook for students and engineers in the field of fluid mechanics. Theory is developed in parallel along with strong physical intuition. The book also includes many experiments and simulations, carries out their comparison and follows a careful analysis. The book also includes various diagrams that show the comparison of theory and experiments.
|2. “Turbulence – An Introduction to its Mechanism and Theory” by J.C. Hinze|
|3. “Introduction to Fluid Dynamics” by G.K. Batchelor
Book Review: The book very nicely presents the theories of fluids and is of great use to the students at graduate level. The book provides an introduction to fluid mechanics and includes various photographs of fluid flows thereby providing an observation of the fluid phenomena. Every chapter in the book contains various exercises. This book is very useful for students of applied mathematics and engineering. It provides a very proper understanding of the subject of fluid dynamics.
|4. “Small Viscosity and Boundary Layer Methods” by Guy Mtivier|
|5. “Recent Advances in Boundary Layer Theory” by Leipner Kluwick Krause-Rehberg|
|6. “FUZZY MODELING OF THE BOUNDARY-LAYER THEORY: A possibilistic approach, Analysis” by Biman Chandra Chetia|
|7. “Mathematical Models in Boundary Layer Theory ” by V. N. Samokhin|
|8. “Lecture series “boundary layer theory.” by Anonymous|
|9. “Boundary Layer Theory 7E” by Schlichting|
|10. “Electromagnetic Wave Theory for Boundary-Value Problems: An Advanced Course on Analytical Methods” by Hyo J Eom|
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