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A site linking to many other sites, together covering very many aspects of fluids
The interactive Java Virtual Wind Tunnel is a prototype applet which uses computational fluid dynamics (CFD) methods to simulate the flow of air over a two dimensional object.
Supercritical fluids exhibit a pressure dependent dissolving power. This property allows processes to be designed to extract, fractionate, or purify complex mixtures of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, ...
Fun article on non-Newtonian fluids and their bizarre behaviour.
Claude Louis Marie Henri Navier (1785 - 1836) is remembered today, not as the famous builder of bridges for which he was known in his own day, but rather for the Navier-Stokes equations of fluid ...
An explanation of how non-newtonian fluids, like cornflour suspensions or ketchup, work.
Molecular dynamics simulations produced by the Physics department of Boston University. The java applets include a Lennard-Jones simulation, intermolecular interactions and a polymer chain ...
A non-turbulent, perfect, compressible, and barotropic fluid undergoing steady motion is governed by the Bernoulli Equation. This site includes links to related topics.
Details of how to calculate the pressure exerted by a static fluid.
A profile of the Solar Dynamic Observatory and how it keep a watch on the sun's activity.
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