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August 7th, 2017, 09:43 AM   #1
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Navier- Stokes, some solution? What do you think!

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All you have here are the general "Navier-Stokes" equations. In order to have a solution you will also need specific boundary and initial value conditions. There are some configurations for which there are relatively simple solutions but for most there are no solutions in terms of elementary functions. Most solutions are done numerically on computers.
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The Navier-Stokes equation and some of the equivalent ones (e.g. those used in magnetohydrodynamics...) are so challenging and interesting that they have generated several unique fields of research with people dedicating their whole careers studying them. Have fun!
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All you have here are the general "Navier-Stokes" equations. In order to have a solution you will also need specific boundary and initial value conditions. There are some configurations for which there are relatively simple solutions but for most there are no solutions in terms of elementary functions. Most solutions are done numerically on computers.


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