inviscid fluid


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inviscid fluid

[in′vis·əd ′flü·əd]
(fluid mechanics)
A fluid which has no viscosity; it therefore can support no shearing stress, and flows without energy dissipation. Also known as ideal fluid; nonviscous fluid; perfect fluid.
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In this section, the convected equation of the nonaxisymmetric acoustic wave propagating in the inviscid fluid flowing through a circular pipeline is mathematically deduced as shown in Figure 1.
In this work, we follow the work of Davies and Gerber [8] by considering an irrotational flow of inviscid fluid around the wire.
An effective method for modeling inviscid fluids in Abaqus/Explicit is to use a linear [U.sub.s] - [U.sub.p] equation of state for the bulk response.
He covers governing equations, ideal-fluid flow, viscous flows of incompressible fluids, the compressible flow of inviscid fluids, and methods of mathematical analysis.
The simplest multiphase system involves only Newtonian or inviscid fluids (36-42).