Pond Science Institute

Non-Newtonian Effects in Viscous Flows


A report presents a theoretical study that addresses the persistent problem of explaining the random aspects of the flows of real fluids in terms of the classical governing equations. A review of the classical mathematical formalism of fluid dynamics leads to the conclusion that some of the physically unrealistic aspects of classically computed flows can be removed by relaxing the Lipschitz condition, which is a requirement that the derivatives of the solutions of the differential equations of flow be bounded. 8.5" x 11"

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