Experimental Fluid Mechanics

Book Series
There are 15 volumes in this series
Published 1998 - 2015

About this series

Presenting unified treatments of current aspects of experimental fluid mechanics at a level useful to graduate students, researchers, and practicing engineers, this series serves the research community by consolidating widespread and often scattered knowledge. The books and monographs are equally suitable for learning and reference, and relevant topics are experimental techniques whose mastery requires a knowledge that can conveniently be contained in a book, as well as topics in fluid dynamics where understanding is based largely, though not necessarily exclusively, upon experiments. Thus, the books may contain up to one-third theory, and each one is a complete, integrated discourse, as opposed to a group of essays on selected sub-topics, with an editor or principal author responsible for unifying the conceptual content.