Chapter 8 IDEAL-FLUID FLOW. In the preceding chapters most of the relations have been developed for one-dimensional flow, i.e., flow in which the average velocity at each cross section is used and variations across the section are neglected.
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Two-Dimensional Stream Function
Figure 8.4 Fluid region showing the positive flow direction used in the definition of a stream function
Figure 8.5 Flow between two points in a fluid region
Figure 8.6 Selection of path to show relation of velocity components to stream function
velocity components and Stokes' stream function.
Figure 8.9Notation for boundary condition at a moving boundary
Flow around a Corner
Figure 8.12 Flow net for flow along two inclined surfaces
Figure 8.13 Flow net for source or vortex
Figure 8.14 Notation for definition of circulation
the two-dimensional doublet
Figure 8.17 Equipotential lines and streamlines for flow around a circular cylinder
cylinder with circulation