Fluid dynamics is a branch of physics that studies the motion of liquids or gases, which involves analysis and solution of partial differential equations like Euler equations, Navier-Stokes equations, etc.

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Is the problem that Prof Otelbaev proved exactly the one stated by Clay Mathematics Institute?

Recently, mathematician Mukhtarbay Otelbaev published a paper Existence of a strong solution of the Navier-Stokes equations, in which he claim that he solved one of the Millennium Problems: existence ...
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reference for Navier-Stokes equation

For understanding the Navier-Stokes equations, are there any references which may include one or more of the followings: mathematical rigorousness motivation preliminaries introduction etc.
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Did I just solve the Navier-Stokes Millennium Problem?

I think I may have just solved a Millennium Problem. I found an exact 3D solution to Navier-Stokes equations that has a finite time singularity. The velocity, pressure, and force are all spatially ...
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Complex parametrization of Airplane wing?

I read once about complex parametrization with fluid-dynamics objects such as airplane wings, something related Rieman Zeta function. What are the mathematical models this kind of things such as ...
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Existence and uniqueness of Stokes flow

What are the solution existence and uniqueness conditions for Stokes' flow? $$\begin{gathered} \nabla p = \mu \Delta \vec{u} + \vec{f} \\ \nabla \cdot \vec{u} = 0 \end{gathered}$$ Maybe you could ...
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Modelling a Water Rocket. Requires Some Validation and Help. ( WARNING : Extremely Long but Interesting Post )

Good day people of math.stackexchange.com This is a pet project that I plan to use to convince my Prof that I would rather try something similar to this than to do the prescribed project. Edit : ...
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Is Euler's lemma of fluid mechanics a nonlinear version of Liouville's theorem of ODEs?

Liouville's Theorem Consider the following linear system of ordinary differential equations: $$\tag{1} \dot{\mathbf{x}}=A(t)\mathbf{x}(t).$$ Let $\mathbf{x}_1, \mathbf{x}_2, \ldots, ...
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Continuity equation on manifolds

Mass conservation is usually written as $$\frac{\partial \rho}{\partial t} + \operatorname{div}(\rho \boldsymbol v) = 0$$ $\rho$ is the density and $\boldsymbol v$ is the fluid velocity. My attempt ...
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How to differentiate Complex Fluid Potential

I have $$F(z) = \phi + i\psi$$ Also, it is given that $$u = \frac{\delta \phi}{\delta x}, \ \ v = \frac{\delta\phi}{\delta y}$$ and $$u = \frac{\delta \psi}{\delta x}, \ \ v = ...
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Plotting Streamlines Maple

I wonder if anybody could help with this. I've been asked to plot the streamlines of the complex potential $\Omega(z)=Uz + \frac{m}{2\pi}ln(z)$ to which I get the stream function ...
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Shear stress in directions other than the flow direction

I already asked this question here http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/74310/shear-stress-in-directions-other-than-the-flow-direction, but I am not getting a response. I think applied ...
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How to integrate twice of this viscous term?

I am reading a paper, and I do not understand why the author said the following term when integrated twice will become, $\int\limits_\Omega {{\rm{d}}\Omega {{\bf{\psi }}^{\bf{u}}}\cdot\nabla ...