FLUIDS is a PDF book I am writing in collaboration with several colleagues. I began writing this text as a set of comprehensive notes in 2019. Over the past 2 years, I’ve had the pleasure of working with colleagues who are as passionate about teaching fluids as I am. As of Fall 2021, this text includes enough theory to cover an undergraduate Engineering Fluid Mechanics course, although there are no examples, problems, or worked solutions yet. I use this text in conjunction with one of the more established textbooks in my Fluid Mechanics class, which I teach at an R2 school.

The long-term goals for this book are to add enough examples, figures, problems, and solutions so that it can function as a standalone resources. In the meantime, I am working on adding additional sections of interest to mechanical engineering students. I am continuously in search of colleagues who have a passion for teaching fluid mechanics, who may want to collaborate in this effort. Our current collaborators currently engage in: writing theory, planning/organizing, proofreading, transcribing, drawing figures, or writing examples. If you are interested in joining this effort, please contact me! My email is included on page 2 of the notes.

Click below to download the latest draft