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# Solved: Navier-Stokes equation The Navier-Stokes equation

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Problem 61

Navier-Stokes equation The Navier-Stokes equation is the fundamental equation of fluid dynamics that models the flow in everything from bathtubs to oceans. In one of its many forms (incompressible, viscous flow), the equation is r a 0V 0t + 1V # _2 Vb = -_p + m1_ # _2 V. In this notation, V = 8u, v, w9 is the three-dimensional velocity field, p is the (scalar) pressure, r is the constant density of the fluid, and m is the constant viscosity. Write out the three component equations of this vector equation. (See Exercise 40 for an interpretation of the operations.)

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Calculus notes of 9/26/16 3.11 Related Rates Suppose a spherical weather balloon is filled with gas at a rate of 150 ft /min. What is the rate of change of its radius when the radius is 20 ft We are given / = 150: Volume increases by 150 ft /min. 3 dt dr We want / whedtr = 20 We need an equation relating V to r. 3 For a sphere, V = 4/3ᴨr dv 2 dr Different Rating time / = 4/3dt* 3r / (implicitdtifferentiation) 2 Or V’ = 4/3ᴨ * 3r r’ Solving for / , dt = dt(4ᴨr ) * /2 dvdt = 1/(4ᴨ * 20 ) * 150 = (3/32ᴨ) ft/min = 0.02984 ft/min Procedure: 1. Identify known rates and desired rates. Label what you alread

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