Experimental Modelling in Engineering presents the principles of experimental modeling methodically and in such a generalized manner that they may lend themselves to application in practically all fields of technology. The book covers related topics such as modeling based on conditions of similarity; units and dimensions; the applications of homogeneity and dimensionally homogenous equations in the field; and the selection of variables in dimensional analysis. Also covered in the book are topics such as the use of models in experiments; the principle of similarity; examples in experimental modeling; and problems in dimensional analysis and model design. The text is recommended for engineers who would like to know more about the principles, concepts, behind experimental modeling, as well as its applications in engineering and other related fields.In other words, there is a common physical basis for all of these problems: the same physical laws apply. ... T-2] - However, in the first case, i.e. in heat flow problems conversion to mechanical units appears to become unnecessary, since it is simpler to ... The quantities A and V designate the mean free path length of the gas molecules and the RMS molecular velocity, respectively; and they combine withanbsp;...
|Title||:||Experimental Modelling in Engineering|
|Author||:||F. W. David, H. Nolle|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|