INTRODUCTION A fluid machine is a device which converts the energy stored by a fluid into mechanical energy or vice versa . The energy stored by a fluid mass appears in the form of potential, kinetic and intermolecular energy. The mechanical energy, on the other hand, is usually transmitted by a....

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