Introduction to dimensional analysis and the theory of natural units
Gawain, Theodore Henry
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Author(s) key words: Dimensional analysis, dimensions, fundamental dimensions, dimensionless numbers, dimensionless coefficients, dimensionless parameters, dimensionless pi's, Pi Theorem, English units, metric units, MKS units, CGS units, consistent units, inertial units, gravitational units, fixed units, standard units, natural units, intrinsic units, generalized units, unit and measure, dynamic similarity, thermodynamic similarity, theory of models, momentum theory, propeller parameters, physical equations, mathematical invariance
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