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fluid dynamics

n. (used with a sing. verb)
The branch of fluid mechanics concerned with the movement of gases and liquids.
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This scenario results into fluid flow and ultimately into wave attenuation and dispersion.
The researchers tested their framework on an idealized, two-dimensional model of turbulent fluid flow, which is germane to ocean and atmospheric circulation and other dynamically chaotic fluids.
The nonlinear behaviour of fluid flow in natural fractured rock masses is a critical hotspot in numerous branches of geoscience and rock engineering fields, such as geological disposal of radioactive waste [1, 2], reservoir storage [3, 4], underground mining [5, 6], and geothermal extraction [7, 8].
In general terms, solving the problem of convective heat transfer fluid for fluid flow along the plane comes to solving the following system of differential equations (1) [9]
Within the last thirty years, the study of non-Newtonian fluid flow over a stretching surface has received significant attention due to its industrial applications.
This law states that fluid flow through porous media experiences a resistance.
Based in Rossland, BC, Qfinsoft specialises in developing software for the simulation of fluid flow, thermodynamics, and combustion processes.
The slotted models design simulating the plane-parallel and plane radial fluid flow in the microcracked medium have been given in [8,10] works.
The system can dispense fluids with viscosities between 5,000 and 80,000 CentiPoises (cP).The SG-200 utilizes a normally closed, stainless steel needle valve to control fluid flow and a dual-acting air cylinder to provide immediate start and stop functionality.
Inside the valve, the fluid flow is conducted through a seat, which requires redirecting the fluid three times.
This paper investigates the entropy generation in a third-grade fluid flow with variable properties through a channel.