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図書

図書
by J.C. Gibbings
出版情報: Oxford ; New York : Pergamon Press, [1970]  xix, 302 p. ; 20 cm
シリーズ名: The commonwealth and international library of science, technology, engineering and liberal studies ; . Thermodynamics and fluid mechanics division
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電子ブック

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J. C. Gibbings
出版情報: SpringerLink Books Mathematics And Statistics 2011 , Springer London, 2011
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An Elementary Introduction / 1:
Notation
The Purpose of this Chapter / 1.1:
Units and Dimensions / 1.2:
Units-conversion Factors / 1.3:
Dimensional System / 1.4:
Synthesis of Experimental Data / 1.5:
Comparison of Results / 1.6:
Re-ordered Functions / 1.7:
Preliminary General Analysis / 1.8:
Fluid-mechanic Force on a Body / 1.9:
Benefits of Dimensional Analysis / 1.10:
References
Concepts, Dimensions and Units / 2:
Summary of Basic Logic / 2.1:
The Definition of Concepts / 2.2:
The Definition of Primary Physical Concepts / 2.3:
The Definition of Time / 2.4:
The Definition of Force / 2.5:
The Definition of Quantity / 2.6:
Summary of Primary Concepts / 2.7:
Constant Relative Magnitude / 2.8:
Dimensional Equality / 2.9:
Units-conversion factors / 2.10:
Products of Concepts / 2.11:
Dimensional Equality in Functional Relations / 2.12:
Limitation to Functional Operations / 2.13:
The Complete Equation / 2.14:
Derived Concepts and Their Measure / 2.15:
Dimensions of Units-conversion Factors / 2.16:
The Inclusion of Units-conversion Factors / 2.17:
Formation of Dimensionless Groups from units-conversion Factors / 2.18:
Summarising Comments / 2.19:
The Pi-Theroem / 3:
The Outline from of the Therom / 3.1:
The Basic outcome / 3.2:
The Generalised Pi-theorem / 3.3:
Illustrative Examples / 3.4:
Liner Mass Oscillation / 3.4.1:
Non-linear Mass Oscillation / 3.4.2:
Impact of a Jet / 3.4.3:
Electromagnetic Field Energy / 3.4.4:
Heat Exchanger
Prior Proofs of the Pi- theorem / 3.5:
The Careful Choice of Variables / 3.6:
The Necessity for a Units-conversion Factor for Angle / 3.7:
General Results from the Pi-theorem / 3.8:
The Development of Dimensional Analysis / 3.9:
The Case for the History of Dimensional Analysis / 4.1:
The Onset of Similitude / 4.2:
The Onset of Dimensional Analysis / 4.3:
The Developing Use of the Pi-theorem / 4.4:
The Place of Dimensional Analysis / 4.5:
The Reynolds Pipe-Flow Experiment / Appendix 4.1:
The Choice of Dimensions / 5:
Care in Choosing Dimensions / 5.1:
The Number of Non-dimensional Groups / 5.2:
Mass and Force Dimensions / 5.3:
Mass and Volume Dimensions / 5.4:
Temperature and Quantity Dimensions / 5.5:
Mass and Quantity Dimensions / 5.6:
The Angle Dimension / 5.7:
Electrical Dimensions / 5.8:
Use of Vectorial Dimensions / 5.9:
Concluding Comments / 5.10:
Supplementation of Derivations / 6:
Information from the Physics / 6.1:
The Bending of a Beam / 6.2:
Planetary Motion / 6.3:
Extrapolated Solutions / 6.4:
Uncoupled Equations / 6.5:
Forced Convention of Thermal Energy / 6.6:
Compressible-flow Energy Transfer / 6.6.1:
In Compressible-flow Energy Transfer / 6.6.2:
The Rayleigh-Riabouchinsky Problem / 6.7:
Natural Thermal Conversion / 6.8:
Systematic Experiment / 6.9:
The Benefits of Dimensional Analysis / 7.1:
Reduction of Variables / 7.2:
Further Reduction of Non-dimensional Groups / 7.3:
Alternate Dependent Variables / 7.4:
Parameter Variation / 7.5:
Range of Application / 7.6:
Superfluous Variables / 7.7:
Missing Variables / 7.8:
Influence of Variables / 7.9:
Measurement Limitation / 7.10:
Effectiveness of Experimental Variables / 7.11:
The Validity Criterion / 7.12:
Analytical Results / 7.13:
Analytical Results from Dimensional Analysis / 8.1:
Example I: Flow Turbulence / 8.2:
The Complexity of Flow Turbulence / 8.3:
The Physics of Turbulence / 8.4:
The Turbulent-Power Law / 8.5:
Prandtl's Mixing Length / 8.6:
The Log-law / 8.7:
Jet Flow / 8.8:
An Elementary Introduction / 1:
Notation
The Purpose of this Chapter / 1.1:
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