### This section covers lectures 6-8.

## Readings

### Textbooks

*Reading in: * Panton, Ronald L. *Incompressible Flow*. 4th ed. Wiley, 2013. ISBN: 9781118013434. [Preview with Google Books]

- Chapter 5: Basic Laws

*Reading in: * Kundu, Pijush K., and Ira M. Cohen. *Fluid Mechanics*. 6th ed. Academic Press, 2015. ISBN: 9780124059351.

- Chapter 4: Conservation Laws
- 4.1: Introduction
- 4.2: Conservation of Mass
- 4.3: Stream Functions
- 4.4: Conservation of Momentum
- 4.5: Constitutive Equation for a Newtonian Fluid
- 4.6: Navier-Strokes Momentum Equation
- 4.7: Noninertial Frame of Reference
- 4.8: Conservation of Energy
- 4.9: Special Forms of the Equations; Angular Momentum Principle for a Stationary Control Volume; Bernoulli Equations; Neglect of Gravity in Constant Density Flows; The Boussinesq Approximation; Summary

*Reading in: * Fay, James A. *Introduction to Fluid Mechanics*. MIT Press, 1994. ISBN: 9780262061650. [Preview with Google Books]

- Chapter 3: Conservation of Mass
- Chapter 5: Conservation of Momentum

### Additional Reading

- Vincenti, Walter G. "Control-volume Analysis: A Difference in Thinking Between Engineering and Physics."
*Technology and Culture*23, no. 2 (1982): 145–74.

## Class Notes

- Fundamental Laws of Motion for Particles, Material Volumes, and Control Volumes (PDF)
- On Choosing and Using Control Volumes: Six Ways of Applying the Integral Mass Conservation Theorem to a Simple Problem (PDF)