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by Walter G. Vincenti

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  • ISBN 0471908355
  • ISBN13 978-0471908357
  • Language English
  • Author Walter G. Vincenti
  • Publisher John Wiley & Sons Ltd; 1st edition (February 1966)
  • Pages 538
  • Formats azw doc doc docx
  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Physics
  • Size ePub 1353 kb
  • Size Fb2 1519 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 402

This book is the outgrowth of a series of courses developed and introduced to instruct students in the general features of high-temperature and non equilibrium gas flows. The aim is to bring students to the point where they can understand more advanced treatises in the relevant sciences, as well as the pertinent research literature in gas dynamics.

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Walter Vincenti is professor emeritus of aeronautics and astronautics at Stanford University and a member of the . National Academy of Engineering. He is an acknowledged authority on transonic, supersonic, and high-temperature gas flows, and on the history of technology, particularly the epistemology of engineering. Vincenti was instrumental in establishing an interdisciplinary program for engineering and nonengineering students at Stanford University. This program is devoted to historical, ethical, and social studies of technology and engineering.

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Ammareal gives back up to 15% of this book's net price to charity organizations. Charles H. Kruger, C. H. Kruger Walter G. Published by Krieger Publishing Company (2009).

This book is the outgrowth of a series of courses developed and introduced to instruct students in the general features of high-temperature and nonequilibrium gas flows.

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Phalaken
This is an invaluable resource if your study/work is anywhere in the fields of high temperature or high speed gas dynamics. It is a graduate level text that assumes a grasp of classical thermodynamics. Gives a solid foundation in the areas of statistical thermodynamics and kinetic theory for use in equilibrium and non-equilibrium flow analysis. John D. Anderson references this book in several of his own (if you know who John Anderson is, you know that in itself is a compliment). A large part of the kinetic theory in Anderson's Hypersonic and High-Temperature Gas Dynamics, Second Edition (Aiaa Education Series) is based on this work by Vincenti and Kreuger.

My review would be 5 stars if it weren't for the binding. The binding for this edition is cheap and stiff, and is already falling apart from light use. I plan to use this book for a long time, so I am actually looking into the possibility of having it rebound. I sincerely wish I could have gotten hold of an older edition that was well cared for. My boss used this as a textbook when he was getting his master's degree, and has held on to his copy... still in great shape. It stays open to the page you open it to when you set it down, and is still totally intact even after years of heavy use. I've had mine for about 2 months, and the spine is already tearing because I have to manhandle it to make it stay open.
Vetalol
The printing of this book is really poor. It looks like the pages were printed by an ink jet printer from the mid 90's. The text is grainy and there is a lot of bleed-through from the back side of the page making the reading experience tiring. The hardcover binding is nice though.
Rageseeker
very good book for gas dynamics and the quality of the book is really very good.
Skilkancar
Good quality. Met the descripyion more or less. Delivered late.
Qiahmagha
I found it is very easy to follow. So this is a good book for beginners! Besides this book is very classic, though it's old.
Vinainl
This book is a classic which covers everything from deriving Maxwell's distribution from first principles to modeling gases in thermal, chemical, and vibrational nonequilibrium. Covers many topic not covered in courses, and can be read cover to cover, unlike many texts. Buy it before it goes out of print again.
BlackBerry
Using it for a course right now. A little technical, but does have a lot of explanations. Highly recommended reference book/textbook.
This book is fairly old and I don't feel that it gives enough example problems.