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Saturday, November 10, 2007

Recently i have made some search on the Gas Dynamic to further enhance my understanding on isothermal & adiabatic compressible flow, sonic velocity for ideal gas and real gas, etc. The main reason is to find the reason behind "Why k factor should NOT present in the Mach number calculation ?" which i have discussed in previous post. Mr. Leckner has provided some valuable inputs to me in one of the post that raised in CheResource forum. (Click HERE to read his responses). I just park the question there for sometime to get more inputs from other experts. Mean while i will make further study on gas dynamic...


In the process of searching information in internet, i found a very good site related to Compressible flow. This site is specifically dedicated to POTTO project.

What is POTTO project ?
The Potto Project was created Dr. Genick Bar-Meir and his friends to build FREE textbooks and software for college students. The Potto Project is under the open content license.


One of the FREE textbooks is FUNDAMENTALS of COMPRESSIBLE FLOW. Latest release is 0.4.8 which has been updated on Nov 05, 2007. You may download the FREE pdf file (Click HERE). You may also read online version. (Click HERE)

Part of the books :
Apart, the initiator of this project, Dr. Genick Bar-Meir is looking for others expert in this area to join his effort, which believe will benefit most college students and professors worldwide.

Any interest to join his effort, please contact him (barmeir@gmail.com)

If you aware of other useful site, drop a note in comment column for benefit of all.

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Blogger Mike said...

If you need cheap college books I recommend visiting CheapestTextbooks.com

August 26, 2010 at 8:52 AM  
Blogger Process Engineers said...

Thank you for sharing this information.
It will really helpful to solve my confusion

Process $ Chemical Engineering

December 19, 2011 at 10:28 PM  

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