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Applied Fluid Mechanics Lab Manual by Habib Ahmari and Shah Md Imran Kabir is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.
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About the PublisherAccessibility StatementAbout This ProjectAcknowledgmentsLab ManualExperiment #1: Hydrostatic PressureExperiment #2: Bernoulli's Theorem DemonstrationExperiment #3: Energy Loss in Pipe FittingsExperiment #4: Energy Loss in PipesExperiment #5: Impact of a JetExperiment #6: Orifice and Free Jet FlowExperiment #7: Osborne Reynolds' DemonstrationExperiment #8: Free and Forced VorticesExperiment #9: Flow Over WeirsExperiment #10: PumpsReferencesLinks by ChapterImage CreditsAccessibility RubricErrata and Versioning HistoryAPPLIED FLUID MECHANICS LAB MANUAL