Presentation of fundamental concepts and solved problems of an introductory course, generally given to engineering students
at the sophomore or junior level. Learning is enhanced through the use of goal statements, graphics, animations interactive
exercises.

Presentation of fundamental concepts and solved problems of an introductory course, generally given to engineering students at
the sophomore or junior level. Learning is enhanced through the use of goal statements, graphics, animations interactive exercises.
Problem solutions and derivations are illustrated step by step.

Who will benefit?

Engineering students taking a first course in Heat Transfer

Instructors who wish to present computer-based lectures: Classroom, Distance learning, Tutoring

Practicing Engineers who need a refresher course or desktop reference

Modules:

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics

Static Pressure

Inviscid Flow

Continuity

Differential Momentum Balances

Energy in Flowing Fluids

Momentum Control Volumes

External Flows

Dimensional Analysis

Internal Flows

Problem Solver Guide

WESEECO's Fluid Mechanics Problem Solver Guide teaches the student how to set up and solve the most frequently encountered problems:

A step-wise strategy of solving the class of problem

Hydrostatics

Static Pressure

Bouyancy and Stability

Hydrodynamics

Control Volumes

Differential Momentum

Dimensional Analysis

Inviscid Flow

Internal Flow

External Flow

Typical boundary conditions

Equation library

Example problems worked in detail

Features:

Quick Search Table of Contents and Comprehensive Index.