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IRROTATIONAL FLOW OF FRICTIONLESS FLUIDS, MOSTLY OF INVARIABLE DENSITY
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DAVID TAYLOR MODEL BASIN WASHINGTON DC
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The book treats the known types of the potential flow of frictionless fluids having a uniform and invariable density. The main topics are fundamentals of the irrotational flow of frictionless fluids the use of complex functions in hydrodynamics cases of two-dimensional flow - specific subjects treated are simple flow, line singularities, transformations, forces on cylinders, airfoil theory, rotating boundaries, flow in channels and free streamlines cases of three-dimensional flow coefficients of inertia.
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