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Title: Fluid mechanics for petroleum engineers
Author: Bobok, v
Abstract: The main purpose of this book to provide the petroleum engineer with a systematic analytical approach to the solution of fluid flow problems. Certain general laws relating to the conservation or balance of mass, momentum, energy and entropy form the starting point. These basic principles which are in integral form are found to be equivalent to differential field equations in regions where flow variables are continuous. These conservation and balance equations, however, form an indeterminate system, insufficient to yield specific solutions unless further equations are supplied. Within the embracing concept of conservation laws and balance equations it is necessary to define ideal materials by certain further conditions called constitutive relations. The balance equations and the constitutive relations together with the boundary conditions can lead to a mathematical model of a phenomenon and to the solution of a particular problem. The solution thus obtained may be verified by experimental investigations
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1514
Date: 1992


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