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December 28th, 2013, 01:58 PM   #1
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The "t" in Navier Stokes in an inertial frame of reference?

On the wikipedia site and everywhere else I look the equation doesn't tell you all of the symbols.

p(?v/?t + v * ?v)=-?p+?*T+f

It says that p is fluid density, I know the ? is the symbol for partial derivative, v is the flow velocity, the ? is the del operator. T is the deviatoric component of the total stress tensor. f is body forces per unit volume.

What is the little t?
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