The book “Fluid Mechanics” is an all-encompassing resource that offers a roadmap to a full comprehension of both the theory and the many applications of fluid mechanics. The text has a number of the distinctive pedagogical aids that are only found in Hibbeler texts, one of which is an organization that is student-friendly and transparent. The text provides support for the development of your problem-solving skills through the use of a wide variety of problems that reflect a broad range of engineering disciplines. The problems place an emphasis on practical, realistic circumstances that are encountered in professional practice and vary in terms of their level of complexity. The first six chapters of the book are devoted to discussing fundamental ideas, while the subsequent chapters can be studied in any order without disrupting the flow of the narrative. This gives the book a degree of adaptability.
The second edition addresses criticisms and ideas from colleagues, reviewers in the teaching profession, and many of the author's students. It also includes increased topic coverage as well as additional Examples and Fundamental Problems that are meant to deepen your grasp of the theory and its applications.