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Fluid statics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... statics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Fluid statics From Wikipedia, the free encyc-lopedia Jump to: navigation , search Table of Hydraulics and Hydrostatics, from the 1728 Cyclopaedia Fluid statics or hydrostatics is the branch of ...


Smart fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... have yet to be overcome. [ citation needed ] See also [ edit ] Continuum mechanics Electrorheological fluid Ferrofluid Fluid mechanics Magnetorheological fluid Rheology Smart glass Smart metal References [ edit ] http://www.aip.org/tip/INP ...


Supercritical fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Supercritical fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Supercritical fluid From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search A supercritical fluid is any substance at a temperature and pressure above its critical point , ...


Fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... of angular momentum , conservation of energy . The study of fluids is fluid mechanics , which is subdivided into fluid dynamics and fluid statics depending on whether the fluid is in motion. See also [ edit ] Matter Liquid Gas References [ ...


Non-Newtonian fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... stirred vigorously it feels like a very viscous liquid. Shear thinning fluid [ edit ] A familiar example of the opposite, a shear thinning fluid , or pseudoplastic fluid, is wall paint : The paint should flow readily off the brush when it ...


Hydraulic fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Hydraulic fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hydraulic fluid From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Hydraulic fluid being poured. Hydraulic fluids , also called hydraulic liquids , are the medium by which ...


Category:Fluid dynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Flow measurement Flow separation Flow tracer Flow velocity Flow visualization Flow waveform Fluid Fluid Dynamics Prize (APS) Fluid parcel Fluid pipe Fluid thread breakup Flu-id–structure interaction Fluidics Foil (fluid mechanics) Food ...


Compressed fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Compressed fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Compressed fluid From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search A P-v diagram for liquid water . The com-pressed fluid region is located to the left of the blue line (the ...


Perfect fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Perfect fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Perfect fluid From Wikipedia, the free enc-yclopedia   (Redirected from Ideal fluid ) Jump to: navigation , search The stress–energy tensor of a perfect fluid contains only the diagonal ...


Newtonian fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Newtonian fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Newtonian fluid From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Newtonian fluids ) Jump to: navigation , search In con-tinum mechanics , a fluid is said to be Newtonian if the ...


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