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Reynoldsaveraged NavierStokes with kepsilon Model
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Tags: fluid_dynamicsfluidsturbulence
Added by Martin on 20110712 15:46
Reynoldsaveraged NavierStokes with kepsilon Model 
Incompressible NavierStokes
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Tags: balance_equationsfluid_dynamicsfluids
Added by Martin on 20110712 15:17
Incompressible NavierStokes 
Compressible NavierStokes
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Tags: balance_equationsfluid_dynamicsideal_gasreal_gas
Added by Martin on 20110712 11:54
Compressible NavierStokes In continuum mechanics the dynamics of fluids (liquids and gases) is modeled by balance laws for mass, linear momentum and energy. The most relevant case of a Newtonian fluid is characterized by a stresstensor that depends linearly on the velocity gradient and pressure and a heat flux that is related to the temperature according to Fourier's law of heat conduction. The momentum equations and sometimes the full set of equations describing the dynamics of a Newtonian fluid are called the NavierStokes equations. Here, we consider the case of a compressible gas that has to be distinguished carefully from the model for an incompressible fluid.