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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
Make cornstarch goo and find out about isothropic and thixothropic (non-newtonian) fluids.
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.
A good introduction site about how airplanes fly
A website developed by the Exploratorium to uncover the science of this dynamic sport. Learn the underlying physics of ollies, nollies and kickflips and the manufacturing process involved in making ...
Short description of turbulence, a common feature in fluids and what you sometimes experience on flights.
Interactive demonstrations with applets in mechanics, fluids, waves, electricity and nuclear physics.
An overview of pressure both with solids and fluids.
A good comprehensive site offering information on hydraulics and pneumatics.
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