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22-04-2012, 20:02   #16
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There is some youtube videos that if you search there is lectures and problem solving. You should always try there, its helped me a few times!
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24-04-2012, 20:28   #17
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http://www.amazon.com/Fluid-Mechanic.../dp/0123813999

http://www.amazon.com/Computational-...4792753&sr=1-1

These were the books I learned from. But this was the end of undergrad start of grad school for me.
I think they might be a bit advanced for first year. I have both of these also but Cengel or White would be a little more elementary.
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Fluid Mechanics by Kundu is an excellent book, provided you have a good understanding of multivariable calculus. Generally its graduate book.

Cengel is an good undergrad book and explains things excellently, however you may want to supplement it to provide a mathematical understanding of the content.
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