inviscid flow


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inviscid flow

[in′vis·əd ′flō]
(fluid mechanics)
Flow of an inviscid fluid. Also known as frictionless flow; ideal flow; nonviscous flow.
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Here the wing has been modified with a sharp trailing edge in order to be compatible with inviscid flow solution.
1/4]) which implies that the lowest order pressure gradient along the x-direction can be determined from the inviscid flow solution.
As with other air exhausts and return openings, the flow near the opening tends to behave as potential or inviscid flow.
of Memphis) presents thirteen chapters covering fundamental concepts, fluid statics, base equations of fluid mechanics, dimensional analysis and dynamical similitude, flow in closed conduits, flow over immersed bodies, flow in open channels, compressible flow, turbomachinery, measurements in fluid mechanics, the Navier-Stokes equations, inviscid flow, and boundary-layer flow.
In the present paper, the nonstandard analysis is used to derive the jump conditions across the shock wave in one-dimensional, unsteady, inviscid flow of nonideal gas in the presence of magnetic field.
The text integrates the simple stages of fluid mechanics with those involving more complex parameters, including inviscid flow in multidimensions, viscous flow and turbulence, and an introduction to computational fluid dynamics.
First the inviscid flow is calculated, that means that the viscosity of the water is not take into account.
Such simulation-based design would revolutionize the ship- and submarine-design process, which traditionally has used expensive physical models and towing tanks or (in the last two decades) a combination of towing tanks and inviscid flow codes.
Solutions were run with an inviscid flow assumption.
FLUID MECHANICS (a) Inviscid flows, Aerodynamics, Acoustics (b) Viscous flows, Boundary layers, thin films (c) Rheology