Chapter 23 Fluid Dynamic comparable applied sciences (pages 1591–1846): Herbert S. Cheng, Malcom J. Crocker, Edward E. Zukoski, Julian Szekely, Raymond M. Hicks, Earl H. Dowell, E. Eugene Larrabee, Helmut Sockel, Sam P. Jones, James D. de Laurier, Fayette S. Collier, Fredrick G. Hammitt, William G. Day, Franklin T. stay away from, Allen E. Fuhs and A. George Havener
Chapter 24 Fluid Dynamics in Nature (pages 1847–1989): Jackson R. Herring, Jack E. Cermak, Wayne L. Neu, Everett V. Richardson, Panayiotis Diplas, Richard H. Rand, George T. Yates, Geoffrey R. Spedding, James D. de Laurier, David P. Hoult and George D. Ashton
Chapter 25 Static parts of Fluid equipment (pages 1991–2186): Bharatan R. Patel, C. Samuel Martin, John E. Minardi, Philip C. Stein, Reiner Decher, James L. Younghans, James L. Keirsey, William B. Shippen and Everett J. Hardgrave
Chapter 26 optimistic Displacement Compressors, Pumps, and cars (pages 2187–2217): Richard Neerken
Chapter 27 Turbomachinery (pages 2219–2576): David Japikse, Walter S. Gearhart, Robert E. Henderson, J. Gordon Leishman, Nicholas A. Cumpsty, Colin Rodgers, Terry Wright, Michael W. Volk, Edward M. Greitzer, Michael V. Casey, Helmut Keck, William G. Steltz, Tsukasa Yoshinaka, P. Sampath, Hany Moustapha, Ernest W. Upton, Louis V. Divone and Daniel F. Ancona
Chapter 28 Hydraulic platforms (pages 2577–2617): Hugh R. Martin
Chapter 29 Compressed platforms (pages 2619–2628): John P. Rollins
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