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Which of the following are requirements for setting up mathematical models to describe a fluid motion?
How to determine the number of differential equations needed to solve a mathematical model representing a physical phenomenon?
In fluid motion, a fluid parcel is being observed through space and time. Which approach is this?
How do we transform an equation from a Lagrangian framework to a Eulerian framework?
The energy per unit mass contained in a system is comprised of __________.
How do we include effects like radiation not represented in the internal, kinetic and potential energies into the conservation of energy equation?
Why is a surface integral used to represent heat transfer phenomenon to the fluid parcel?
What is the type of surface force a fluid particle experiences?
Non conservative form of the governing equation is not valid for _________.
Which of the following is a requirement for developing a mathematical model in fluid dynamics?
What type of PDEs describe inviscid incompressible steady-state flow?
No-slip wall boundary condition are required to model what type of flows?