08_intro - the Laplace Equation Finding the resultant...

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____________________________________________________________ 2.25 Gareth H. McKinley MIT 8 Potential Flows 8.1 The nature of solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations at high Reynolds numbers: decomposition of the flow into an inviscid irrotational outer flow with “slip at the wall” and a thin viscous boundary layer very near the wall; role of potential flow as the ‘outer solution’ 8.2 The Velocity Potential and the Stream Function. Linearity and superposition in
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Unformatted text preview: the Laplace Equation. Finding the resultant pressure field as a constraint from the Euler equation. 8.3 The complex Potential W and the Cauchy-Riemann conditions. 8.4 Simple potential flow solutions to common geometries; the point source, point sink, the dipole, 8.5 Constructing more complex solutions by combining known solutions to simpler problems Reading: Kundu; Chapter 6 Sections 1-10. Problems: Kundu, end of chapter 6; questions 6.1, 6.4, 6.8. ....
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