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in·vis·cid

 (ĭn-vĭs′ĭd)
adj.
1. Having no viscosity.
2. Physics & Chemistry Of or relating to a fluid with no viscosity.

inviscid

(ɪnˈvɪsɪd)
adj
(General Physics) physics having negligible, or zero, viscosity
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Successful completion of this project aims to establish statistical solutions as the appropriate solution paradigm for inviscid fluid flows, Even for deterministic initial data, And will pave the way for applications to astrophysics, Climate science and uncertainty quantification.
Boussinesq equation was derived for wave field without energy dissipation under the assumption of inviscid and irrotational flow, and is not theoretically applicable to wave fields with energy dissipation, such as breaking waves and turbulent flow field around coastal structures.
In this case, the assumption of inviscid flow has been considered as reasonable and the formulation of the non-linear set of Euler equations is adopted, taking into account that, at the high Reynolds numbers, typical of silencers along the intake and exhaust systems of I.
Achatz, 2013b: Subgrid-scale closure for the inviscid Burgers-Hopf equation.
w] is expressed according to the Kelvin-Helmholtz instability theory for an inviscid liquid on an infinite plane:
The horizontal axisymmetric passage represented in this figure is filled with an inviscid and incompressible liquid which could be brine.
The governing equations of 3D steady inviscid compressible flow are
Davidson, "The initial motion of a gas bubble formed in an inviscid liquid Part 1.
5) takes the form of the unidirectional weakly-nonlinear equation for acoustic waves in an inviscid, non-thermally conducting compressible fluid with a material characteristic length coefficient that is a quadratic function of the velocity gradient, which was recently derived by Jordan and Saccomandi [20].
Robert Brady in "The Irrotational of of Compressible Inviscid Fluid" outlines a comprehensive physical mapping between quantum mechanical theory and fluid dynamics in which he not only provides an analog for gravity but also introduces the concept of a relativistic quasiparticle called a 'sonon' which exhibits spin G symmetry (Brady 2013).
V] is always proportional to the instantaneous inviscid load as follows:
Az-Zo'bi, An approximate analytic solution for isentropic flow by an inviscid gas model.