A collection of scientific resources about the motion of fluids like liquids and gases.
Course materials from University of Vermont.
Free e-book by Walter Pfeifer describing the Brownian motion of suspended particles and Albert Einstein's formula.
An antibubble is a ball of liquid surrounded by a thin film of air. Pictures, documentation and links.
An online fluid dynamics calculator.
Solutions to Classical Fluid Flow and Momentum Transfer Problems.
A one-stop internet resource for fluid dynamics and flow engineering professionals
Fluids section of engineering directory. Provides definitions and practical applications.
European Research Community on Fluids, Turbulence and Combustion. Portal to Fluid Dynamics database resources. Free registration required.
Provides information on studies of how damping in a combustion chamber works and how the process can be influenced.
Lecture for those who need a refresher course on hydrodynamics fundamentals.
Acts as a forum where manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, customers and educators can act together to advance fluid power technology and strengthen the industry. Includes information on membership, events and industry news.
Equations describing how the velocity, pressure, temperature and density of a moving fluid are related.
International industrial consortium that conducts applied research in fluidization, solids transport, and other fluid-particle areas. Overview of staff, programs, facilities, and information about membership, meetings and publications.
An introduction to the European Collaboration on Particle Image Velocimetry. Links to participating partners, information about courses, conferences and literature.
Open and free content downloadable textbooks for engineering.
Wikipedia article on the point at which a sudden drop in air pressure occurs and which is the cause of the visible condensation cloud that may surround an aircraft.
Explanation of water hammer and pulsation inclusive the formula used to calculate the pressure increase.
A course in the physics and art of fluid flow for engineering and fine arts photography students at the University of Colorado, Boulder. The student gallery has a wide assortment of images ranging from soap films to clouds.
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