Best Reference Books – Advanced Experimental Fluid Mechanics

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Advanced Experimental Fluid Mechanics subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Advanced Experimental Fluid Mechanics along with reviews.

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1. “Data Reduction and Error Analysis for Physical Sciences” by P R Bevington

Book Review: This book very nicely introduces the concepts of statistical data analysis and is very useful to the students at the graduate and undergraduate level. The book also provides many tools for reducing data and analyzing the errors that commonly occur in physical sciences. The book presents the concepts practically and also provides derivations for result justification and also stresses on data handling methods rather than theoretical methods. The book also provides many numerical and graphical techniques. The book also presents many computer programs based on fortran and C++.

2. “Measurement Systems-Application and Design” by E O Doebelin

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Book Review: This book provides up to date information about the measurement, instrumentation and experimentation of the design and applications of measurement systems. This book is of great help for mechanical and aerospace engineering students. The book also covers various concepts related to sensors and computer tools that are used in measurement and experimentation. The book discusses measurement techniques like micro and nano technologies. The book also covers the latest computer methods and simulation tools.

3. “Hydrometry-Theory and Practice of Hydraulic Measurements” by A T Troskolansky
4. “Springer Handbook of Experimental Fluid Mechanics” by Cameron Tropea and Alexander Yarin

“Springer Handbook of Experimental Fluid Mechanics” Book Review: The book is an updated and revised piece of work featuring latest theory and recent developments in advanced mechanics in fluids. It covers various principles and key concepts of fluid mechanics. The book is an excellent blend of both theoretical as well as practical concepts and therefore describes various experiments in fluid mechanics. The topics like measurement of primary quantities, specific experimental approaches, and analyses and post-processing of data are thoroughly explained. The book delicately focuses students, researchers, professionals, physicists, engineers in the development of fluid mechanics.

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5. “Orifice Plates and Venturi Tubes (Experimental Fluid Mechanics)” by Michael Reader-Harris

“Orifice Plates and Venturi Tubes (Experimental Fluid Mechanics)” Book Review: The book aims in introducing the differential-pressure flow measurement underlying orifice plates and venturi tubes. It highlights the importance of ISO standards for orifice plates and Venturi tubes. The book features applications, effects, and consequences of deviations from the standards. The book will be suitable for the students, researchers, professionals, and engineers related to the field of differential pressure meters, orifice plates, and venturi tubes.

6. “Turbulence (Experimental Fluid Mechanics)” by Christophe Bailly and Geneviève Comte-Bellot

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“Turbulence (Experimental Fluid Mechanics)” Book Review: The book is an updated and revised piece of writing featuring the fundamental concepts and basic principles of fluid mechanics as well as turbulence. It covers important issues of turbulence and turbulent process including their physical phenomena, modelling, and simulation. The chapters of this book deeply cover topics like aspects of dealing with turbulent flow, kinetic energy budgets, turbulent viscosity, and vortex dynamics. The book is written for advanced engineering students, postgraduate engineers, professionals, and researchers.

7. “Experimental and Computational Fluid Mechanics (Environmental Science and Engineering)” by Jaime Klapp and Abraham Medina Ovando

“Experimental and Computational Fluid Mechanics (Environmental Science and Engineering)” Book Review: The book is basically for the advanced engineering students as well as postgraduate engineers and researchers. It will be equally important for the scientists in physics and chemistry. The book is a balanced piece of work featuring experimental, theoretical as well as computational aspects of fluid mechanics. It also highlights latest developments and research in fluid dynamics. The book includes various applications of fluid dynamics like oceanography, multiphase flows, convection, diffusion, heat transfer, rheology, granular materials, viscous flows, porous media flows, and astrophysics.

8. “Experimental Fluid Mechanics (C.I.L.)” by P Bradshaw

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“Experimental Fluid Mechanics (C.I.L.)” Book Review: The book introduces dimensional analysis along with its role in relation between the results of model tests and flows at full scale. The topics like tunnel, test rigs, fluid velocity, shear stress measurements, force and position measurement, flow visualization, and specified branches of fluid mechanics are discussed in detail. It contains the essential results as well as details and demonstrates the ones whose oral transmission is often tedious. It provides numerous references which allow readers to study regarding their work and acquire a deeper knowledge on their topics of interest. The book is written for advanced engineering students, postgraduate engineers, and researchers.

9. “Recent Advances in Experimental Fluid Mechanics” by E Rathakrishnan and E Rathakrishnan

“Recent Advances in Experimental Fluid Mechanics” Book Review: The book is an updated and revised piece of work featuring latest theory and recent developments in fluid mechanics and flow physics. This book is a collection of the research papers in the area of flow process. The topics like flow visualization techniques, measurements in high- and low-speed flows, flow control techniques, environmental flows, hydraulics, and computational fluid dynamics are thoroughly explained. The book will be an excellent resource for the students and professionals in civil, aerospace, mechanical, and chemical fields.

10. “Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental Fluid Mechanics: Compressible and Incompressible Flows” by U Müller and K G Roesner

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“Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental Fluid Mechanics: Compressible and Incompressible Flows” Book Review: The book is an excellent blend of conceptual, mathematical, numerical, and experimental aspects of fluid mechanics. The chapters of this book are nicely interpreted and cover various topics like concepts of compressible flows, transonic, supersonics, nozzle and rarefied gas flow. The book also contains problems in the field of incompressible flows such as stability phenomena, boundary layer problems, and fluid machinery. This book will be beneficial for the students and professionals in civil, mechanical, aerospace fields.

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