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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.
A non-turbulent, perfect, compressible, and barotropic fluid undergoing steady motion is governed by the Bernoulli Equation. This site includes links to related topics.
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 ...
Details of how to calculate the pressure exerted by a static fluid.
One of the most common representations of dynamic coupling between two variables x and y is the "lead-lag" transfer function, which is based on the ordinary first-order differential equation
Alexander Friedmann of Russia is credited with developing a dynamic equation for the expanding universe in the 1910s.
The Schrodinger equation plays the role of Newton's laws and conservation of energy in classical mechanics - i.e. it predicts the future behavior of a dynamic system.
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