**
A Physical Introduction to Fluid Mechanics**
by A. J. Smits. Available for free on **eFluids**.

**
Aero Design Team Online**.
Middle school level introduction to aeronautics. Excellent source material, and an extensive list
of internet links on similar topics.

**AIMS (Activities Integrating Math, Science & Technology) Education Foundation** --- a classroom teacher movement!!

**Applied Aerodynamics**: an online aerodynamics textbook by Ilan Kroo.

**Astronomy and Space Science Education for K-12**: An educational website about astronomy and space science for K-12.

**Beginners Guide to Aerodynamics** :This site was prepared at NASA Glenn by the Learning Technologies project (http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/K-12) to provide background information on basic aerodynamics as teaching aids for math and science teachers.

**Bicycle Aerodynamics site, including links**.

**Compressible Aerodynamics Calculator.** This calculator computes the standard relations for compressible flow of a perfect gas (developed by
Prof. W. Davenport).

**Computerized Educational Project
in Heat and Power Technology** by Dr.
Torsten H. Fransson.

**Computer
Simulations for MSDOS**, demonstrating the Kelvin-Helmholtz instability and the Von Karman vortex street, by David Porthouse.

**Convection Experiments**. Easily reproduced convection experiments (smoke in a box) with bizarre results, by Phil Henshaw.

**Desktop Aeronautics, Inc.**
Demonstrations of some commercial software, and a couple free examples of source code for airfoil and wing analysis.

**Education Atlas** the Online Education, Degrees, and Distance Learning Guide.

**Educational CFD program** which computes subsonic, transonic, and supersonic flow over 2-D elements. Free download. Program by Axel Rohde.

**Education Online Search** a deep, unbiased resource for learning and career choices.

**GoodCall Scholarship Search Engine** is one of the largest databases of scholarships on the web. GoodCall Scholarship Engine requires no personal information and it's free to use.

**
HTML(5) Tutorial**. This website also has many advanced tools for learning CSS, Java, SQL and PHP.

**Engineering Applets**. Interactive Java programs for Fluid Dynamics and Solid Mechanics

**Engineering Fundamentals (eFunda)**. A premier online publisher for original engineering content and software.

**Engineering Software**. Anywhere, anytime engineering reference apps (web, cloud, mobile, desktop and virtual e-material, e-solutions, e-courses and e-seminars, etc.) for energy conversion fundamentals and energy conversion systems (power and propulsion) for simple and basic cycles providing accelerated engineering e-learning and technical performance e-analysis.

**Engineers Edge**. a preferred online destination for designers, engineers and manufacturing professionals.

**Engineers Tools Box**. a freely available collection of web-based engineering design, analysis, and reference modules intended to fill the gap between an engineering handbook and complex CAE software.

**Eric Weisstein's Treasure Trove of Physics**. Contains material about astronomy, scientific biography, scientific books, physics, and other areas of science.

**Excel/VBA Spreadsheets for Heat Transfer (and Fluids)**. Contains heat transfer and fluid dynamics spreadsheets.

**Flow Visualizations and Educational Material**. Maarten Rutgers' Website (look under Science category)

**Fluid Dynamics Video Course**. a video blank-study course on fluids in motion (A Course of 39 Video Lectures by Ascher H. Shapiro -- Institute Professor, M.I.T.)

**Fluid Dynamics animation library CFDLAB**. CFDLAB is a FORTRAN software library containing a variety of animation and visualization applications in fluid dynamics -- Prof. C. Pozrikidis, UCSD, CA

**Fluid Dynamics software library FDLIB**. FDLIB is a comprehensive software library written in standard FORTRAN 77 (compatible with FORTRAN 90), covering a broad spectrum of fundamental and applied topics in fluid dynamics. The codes are suitable for blank-study, classroom instruction, and fundamental or applied research -- Prof. C. Pozrikidis, UCSD, CA

**Fluid Flow Calculations Website**, On-line calculations for fluid flow (developed by Dr. Ken Edwards).

**Foundation Coalition**. One of Eight Engineering
Coalitions Funded by National Science Foundation

**Free Software**.
Developed by NASA Glenn Research Center in an effort to foster hands-on, inquiry-based learning in science and math

**Glenn Learning Technologies Project**.
Developed by NASA Glenn Research Center.

**Greatest Engineering Achievements of the 20th Century**. National Academy of Engineering Collection.

**High Performance Finite Elements**. An FEM Software World which has FEAT, FEAST, FEATFLOW, DeViSoR, etc.

**How to convert your document to HTML**. Maintained by International Journal of Fluid Dynamics.

**Hypermedia version of James Fay's Fluid Mechanics textbook**.

**Helpful listing of LaTeX resources**.

**Index to Shareware on the Net**.

**Informal introduction to Proper Orthogonal Decomposition**.

**Instructional Resources from IIHR -- Hydroscience & Engineering (formerly Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research)** This website contains General References, Special References, Displays, Movies, Internet Links, IIHR Library and world-wide famous series of Rouse Educational Movies

** Interactive website featuring fluid flow, hydrology, hydraulics, and unit conversion calculations**, maintained by Ken Edwards from LMNO Engineering, Research, and Software, Ltd.

**Kids.net.au**, provides children with a database of over 30,000 kid safe sites. In addition, the site also has a Thesaurus, Dictionary and Encyclopedia.

**Les Houches Summer School program**: " New trends in turbulence ".

**MacAirplane**
Graphics-oriented, conceptual aircraft design program developed at Notre Dame and on display at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum.

**Multi-Media Fluid Mechanics**. The demo is now available on eFluids for download at
**MMFM Demo**.

**NASA's Atmosphere Simulator**. This is an interactive program in which one can investigate changes in the atmosphere.

**NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project**. This web site describes the methods and activities of the NASA's Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project.

**NASA's CurveBall Software**. With this software you can investigate how a big league pitcher throws a curveball by changing the values of the factors that affect the aerodynamic forces on the ball.

**NASA's Engine Simulation Software** This software allows one to investigate how a turbine engine produces thrust by changing the values of different engine parameters.

**NASA's FoilSim Software**.
With this software one can investigate how an aircraft wing produces lift by changing the values of different factors that affect lift.

**NASA's Kite Modeler Software**. With this software one can study the physics and math which describe the flight of a kite.

**NASA Observatorium: How Planes Fly**.

**NASA's RangeGames Software**. With this software one can solve problems involved with determining an aircraft's motion and performance.

**NASA's RocketModeler Software**. With this software you can investigate how a model rocket flies by changing the values of different design variables.

**NASA Technical Reports Server at Langley Research Center**.

**NASA Thesaurus**. Contains the authorized subject terms by which the documents in the NASA STI (Scientific and Technical Information) Databases are indexed and retrieved.

**NASA Virtual Visits**. Contains Student Videoconferences and Presentation Descriptions.

** NIST Industrial Fluids and Chemical Engineering Database**. This website contains databases of fluids properties.

**Numerical Methods for 1D Compressible Flows (Interactive Book)**.

**Numerical Methods software library NCSE**. An advanced undergraduate entry-level graduate textbook on numerical methods in science and engineering -- Prof. C. Pozrikidis, UCSD, CA

**Particle Image Velocimetry Data of Wake and jet Flow Fields**. Prof. Chiang Shih (FAMU/FSU College of Engineering)

**Piping Friction Loss Calculator**.

**PumpSchool**. An introductory Site about Positive-Displacement (PD) Pumps

**Purdue Engineering Salary Data**.

**Quick 'n Simple**: A Computational Fluid Dynamics program by Scott Forbes and Gerald Recktenwald. Free download, examples, etc.

**Road Map for the Teaching of an Integrated Thermal & Fluids Course**. Prof. Chiang Shih's web courseware (FAMU/FSU College of Engineering)

**School-Wide Modular Program for Fluid Mechanics at MIT**

**SimScience Fluid Dynamics Modules**. Three levels of instruction.

**Soap films made easy**. Maarten Rutgers' website (look under science category)

**Source for Computing and Technology**. A good source for reviews on hardware, software, electronics, and a source for buying electronics related products

**Tacoma Narrows Bridge Failure**. Includes mpeg movie of the disaster.

**Teaching thermal and fluids related disciplines by providing visualization-enhanced courseware**, by Prof. Chiang Shih (FAMU/FSU College of Engineering)

**The Expert System for Thermodynamics©**, by Subrata (Sooby) Bhattacharjee, San Diego State University.

**The Java Virtual Wind Tunnel**. An interactive two-dimensional inviscid CFD simulation of a channel with a bump. You can experiment with different inlet conditions and change 2nd and 4th order damping, while you see how the solution evolves. The numerical method is a standard Jameson explicit Runge-Kutta scheme. Written by David Oh.

**The K-8 Aeronautics Internet Textbook**. A very attractive site that is worth a visit. Some of the materials make sense even at a high-school level.

**This link leads to an extensive bibliography on turbulence and related subjects**. Maintained by Peter Bradshaw.

**Turbulence Program Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Royal Academy of Engineering**.

**Virtual Fluids Laboratory at The University of Iowa** by Marian Muste, Anton Kruger, and Wiliam Eichinger of IIHR.

**Viscous Fluid Dynamics course material** by Geoffrey K Aldis at the Australian Defence Force Academy.

**VKI Lecture Series Announcements**.

**Web-Based Instructional Laboratory**. Designed by Prof. Greg Elliott of Rutgers University

**Wind Tunnel Connection**. Contains useful information for engineers engaged in the design, testing and fabrication of aerospace vehicles, hardware and software.