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Course: PHY 9, Fall 2008
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kinematics Physical Fluid quantities First we need a way to describe the state of the fluid. The fluid fills up a region of space and time. So quantities that describe it are functions of t and x. The values of the physical quantities depend on when and where you look. There is the density , the pressure P, and the velocity v. All these are functions of t and x. The density and pressure are scalar fields. The...

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kinematics Physical Fluid quantities First we need a way to describe the state of the fluid. The fluid fills up a region of space and time. So quantities that describe it are functions of t and x. The values of the physical quantities depend on when and where you look. There is the density , the pressure P, and the velocity v. All these are functions of t and x. The density and pressure are scalar fields. The velocity is a vector field. It is vector attached to each space-time point. The vector is the velocity at that time and place. Streamlines Consider the vector field v(t,x...
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