Here's an engineering students' reference list concerning
__ fluid dynamics__, including aerodynamics but mostly neglecting multi-phase/creeping/porous media flows.
The list represents a compendium
of things I've found useful and/or interesting over the years
in engineering teaching, consulting, and research. I own copies of many of
the books listed, and can usually loan them to students; some are in the
WSU Library's collection (most at Owen Science Library).

If you want to *buy* a NEW book on the 'net, try Amazon Books. For
access to a huge stock of both new and especially USED books, try
Powell's Books (technical bookstore number is 503/228-3906). Powell's will ship UPS and charge your
credit card.

Dover (write for catalog: Dept 23, Dover Publications, 31 East 2nd Street, Mineola, NY 11501) and
Cambridge University Press
provide ** very low-cost ** paperback books -- you can buy these direct from the publisher, or order through
most any bookstore.
Government reports will someday be available in full text, on-line... until then, low-cost copies can
be obtained from National Technical Information Service (NTIS: 703/487-4650); for
NASA publications you
can use the Center for Aerospace Information (CASI: 301/621-0394).
Technical societies (such as ASME
and ASHRAE) also sell their
publications direct, and usually at a large discount to members.

In addition to this list, see the Computer Resources list for access to on-line books by James Fay (introductory fluid dynamics) and Ilan Kroo (aerodynamics).

**Engineering Fluid Mechanics,** Roberson and Crowe, Wiley (originally Houghton-Mifflin),
6th ed., 1997.

**Fluid Mechanics,** R. W. Granger, Dover, 1995.

**A History and Philosophy of Fluid Mechanics,** G. A. Tokaty, Dover, 1971.

**Introduction to Fluid Mechanics,** Fox and McDonald, Wiley,
4th ed., 1992.

**Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics,** Munson, Young, and Okiishi,
Wiley, 2nd ed., 1994.

**Fluid Mechanics**, F. M. White, McGraw-Hill, 3rd ed., 1993.

**Fluid Mechanics. Programs for the PC**., D. Olfe, McGraw-Hill,
1989. *Comes with BASIC programs that solve various fluid problems.
Old graphics, but pretty neat... especially since source
is included.*

**An Introduction to Theoretical and Computational Aerodynamics**, J. Moran, Wiley, 1984.

**Viscous Fluid Flow,** F. M. White, McGraw-Hill, 2nd ed.,
1993.

**Incompressible Flow,** R. L. Panton, Wiley-Interscience, 2nd ed.,
1996.

**Momentum Transfer in Boundary Layers,** T. Cebeci and P.
Bradshaw, McGraw-Hill, 1977.

**An Introduction to Unsteady Thermofluid Mechanics,** F. Moody,
1990.

**One-Dimensional Two-Phase Flow,** G. Wallis.

**Low-Speed Aerodynamics: From Wing Theory to Panel Methods**,
J. Katz and A. Plotkin, McGraw-Hill, 1991.

**Buoyancy-Induced Flows and Transport**, B. Gebhart, Y. Jaluria,
R. Mahajan, and B. Sammakia, Hemisphere, 1988.

**Hydrodynamics,** Sir H. Lamb, 6th ed., Dover 1932.

**Fundamentals of Hydro- and Aeromechanics,** L. Prandtl and
H. Tietjens, Dover 1934.

**Theory of Wing Sections Including a Summary of Airfoil Data,**
I. H. Abbott and A. E. Von Doenhoff, Dover 1949.

**Boundary Layer Theory,** H. Schlichting, McGraw-Hill, 7th ed.,
1979.

**An Introduction to Fluid Dynamics**, G. Batchelor, Cambridge
Univ. Press, 1967.

**The Dynamics and Thermodynamics of Compressible Fluid Flow Vols. I, II**,
A. Shapiro, Wiley, 1953.

**Elements of Aerofoil and Airscrew Theory**, H. Glauert, Cambridge
Univ. Press, 1947.

**The Structure of Turbulent Shear Flow**, A. A. Townsend,
Cambridge Univ. Press, 2nd ed., 1976.

**Turbulence**, J. O. Hinze, McGraw-Hill, 2nd ed., 1975.

**Crane Technical Paper No. 410**, Crane Valve Company. *This
is a "must have" for any professional design work.
Price: $30 -- to order call Crane at 1-800-323-3679.*
*Crane Companion software
can be obtained which makes the famed Crane TP 410 data available on your
computer. If you could only take one Fluids-related reference to the M. E. Professional Engineer's
License Exam, this would probably be it.*

**Fluid Dynamic Drag**, S. F. Hoerner, 1965, and **Fluid Dynamic Lift**, S. F. Hoerner, H. V. Borst, 1985.
* These fantastic reference books are only available from Hoerner Fluid Dynamics, P.O. Box 65283,
Vancouver WA 98665 (360)576-3997.*

**Flow Resistance - A Design Guide for Engineers,** E. Fried
and I. E. Idelchik, Hemisphere 1989. * Compiled from years of Russian research*

**ASHRAE HVAC Systems and Equipment Handbook**, American Society for Heating
and Refrigeration Engineers, 1996.

**ASHRAE Fundamentals Handbook**, American Society for Heating
and Refrigeration Engineers, 1997. *Definitive source for moist air properties and many other goodies.
ASHRAE members get these heavily used references for LOTS less than non-members.*

**ASME Steam Tables**, by C. A. Meyer, R. B. McClintock, G. J. Silvestri, and R. C. Spencer Jr.,
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Sixth Ed., 1993. * The definitive reference on thermodynamic
and transport properties of water in all phases. Includes PC software.
ASME members get this at about half price.*

**Visualized Flow,** compiled by Japan Society of Mechanical
Engineers, Pergamon Press, 1988.

**An Album of Fluid Flow,** compiled by M. Van Dyke, Parabolic
Press, 1982.

**Illustrated Experiments in Fluid Mechanics,** compiled by
Nat. Committee for Fluid Mechanics Films, MIT Press, 1972. * this
book is intended to accompany the famous NCFMF film series *

*JOURNAL OF FLUIDS ENGINEERING (ASME)*

*INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS*

*PHYSICS OF FLUIDS*

*EXPERIMENTS IN FLUIDS*

*ANNUAL REVIEW OF FLUID MECHANICS*

*PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON FLOW VISUALIZATION
(BIANNUAL)*

**Theory and Problems of Fluid Dynamics**, W. F. Hughes and
J. A. Brighton, Schaum's Outline Series, McGraw-Hill, 2nd ed.,
1991.

**Theory and Problems of Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics**,
R. V. Giles, J. B. Evett, and C. Liu, Schaum's Outline Series,
McGraw-Hill, 3rd ed., 1994.* Can be purchased with or without
MathCad-based hyperlinked software by same authors.*

**The Fluid Mechanics/Dynamics Problem Solver,** staff of REA,
REA, 1988.

**The Transport Phenomena Problem Solver,** staff of REA, REA,
1984.