Compare and contrast the integral-form of the continuity equation (Eq. 5.28), p. 183

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Problem 16.8

Compare and contrast the integral-form of the continuity equation (Eq. 5.28), p. 183, 5.3 with the PDE form of the continuity equation (Eq. 16.36) p. 6l4, 16.3. Address the following questions. a. Are the units and dimensions the same? Or different? b. How do the physics compare? What is the same? What is different? c. How do the derivations compare? What is the same? What is different? d. When would you want to apply the integral-form of the continuity equation (Chapter 5)? When would you want to apply the PDE-form of the continuity equation (Chapter 16)?

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