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In science, thermofluids is the joint study of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics integrated into one subject. [1] The subject as a discipline, taught as part of college curriculum, dates back to at least 1968. [2]

References
1. (a) Sherwin, Keith and Horsley, Michael. (1996). Thermofluids (pg. vii). Taylor & Francis.
(b) Marquand, C. and Croft D.R. (1994). Thermofluids: an Integrated Approach to Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics Principles. J. Wiley.
2. Proceedings of the Mechanical Engineers (Great Britain) (pg. 163) vol. 182.

External links
‚óŹ Thermofluids – Wikipedia.

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