numerical hydrodynamics

numerical hydrodynamics

[nü′mer·i·kəl ‚hī·drə·də′nam·iks]
(fluid mechanics)
An amalgamation of fluid dynamics, applied mathematics, and numerical analysis, in which numerical algorithms are developed to solve equations of incompressible fluid flows about or within bodies.
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in Numerical Hydrodynamics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology .
8220;This type of numerical hydrodynamics research is a vital component in efforts to establish the next-generation of marine vessels for the Navy.

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