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View Resource Hydrodynamics and viscosity

Hydrodynamics and viscosity: This site contains a complete description of fluid properties and fluid mechanics by defining the nature of a fluid, show where fluid mechanics concepts are common with those of solid mechanics and indicate some fundamental areas of difference, introduce viscosity and show what are Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids and define the appropriate physical properties and...

View Resource Potto Project - Open Textbooks in Engineering

The Potto Project, which is a community collaborative effort to write quality textbooks for colleges, operates in the spirit of the open-content movement. The open textbooks that are available through the Potto Project include: -Basics of Fluid Mechanics -Gas Dynamics Calculator and -Fundamentals of Compressible Flow Mechanics.

View Resource Surface Tension

This site describes cohesive forces and their role in surface tension as well as the relationship between them is examined here.

View Resource Viscosity Of Liquids - Experiment

Classroom experiment to illustrate the viscosity of different liquids by measuring how quickly pebbles sink through them. The site describes all of the required material for the experiment and also gives a detailed chart for recording the results of the experiment. Altogether, the site is a great activity for the classroom.

View Resource MIT OpenCourseWare: Transport Processes in the Environment, Fall 2004

Part of MIT's innovative OpenCourseWare Project, that provides materials from MIT classes to the public on the web, the site outlines a class on the physical processes by which materials, such as pollutants, are transported in the environment. The course focuses primarily on transport through water. The site provides a syllabus, calendar, lecture notes, homework assignments, and links to...

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