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Hydromechanics

"Hydromechanics" Article - Table of Contents

HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION
Part 1. Historical Introduction to Hydromechanics.

GENERAL PRINCIPLES
Part 2. Introduction.
Part 3. Part I. Hydrostatics.

Part 4. Part II. Hydrodynamics.

Part 5. Part III. Hydraulics.
Part 6. Section I: The Data of Hydraulics.
Part 7. Section II: Kinematics of Fluids.
Part 8. Section III: Phenomena of the Discharge of Liquids from Orifices as ascertainable by Experiments.
Part 9. Section IV: The Theory of the Steady Motion of Fluids.
Part 10. Section V: Theory of the Discharge from Orifices and Mouthpieces.
Part 11. Section VI: Friction of Fluids.
Part 12. Section VII: Steady Flow of Water in Pipes of Uniform Section.
Part 13. Section VIII. Flow of Compressible Fluids in Pipes.

Part 14. Section IX: Flow in Rivers and Canals.
Part 15. Section X: On Streams and Rivers.
Part 16. Section XI: Impact and Reaction of Water.
Part 17. Section XII: Hydraulic Machinery.



The above article was written by two authors:

Prof. A. G. Greenhill, Royal Artillery Institution, Woolich

and

Prof. W. C. Unwin, F.R.S, Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill, Staines.



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