blyatman
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For anyone interested, I've attached my notes on the subject of fluid mechanics. Even if there's no engineers here who are/plan to be in this field, I thought it'd be useful for even high school students to see the type of math that engineers use. Most notably, it applies a lot of the vector knowledge that you learn in the syllabus.
Context: As this is my career specialty, my goal is to understand fluid mechanics at a fundamental level. To achieve this, I've been doing research and typing up a set of notes to consolidate and supplement my knowledge on this subject. It's been a slow progress, as I add bits and pieces to it in my spare time. The attached copy took about a year to do, and probably represents less than 5% of the eventual content I plan to write up.
Feel free to point out any typos, errors, or flat out blasphemous math or physics. Probably need a basic knowledge of vector calculus (second year uni), as well as how Einstein Summation Notation works. Questions and suggestions welcome.
Context: As this is my career specialty, my goal is to understand fluid mechanics at a fundamental level. To achieve this, I've been doing research and typing up a set of notes to consolidate and supplement my knowledge on this subject. It's been a slow progress, as I add bits and pieces to it in my spare time. The attached copy took about a year to do, and probably represents less than 5% of the eventual content I plan to write up.
Feel free to point out any typos, errors, or flat out blasphemous math or physics. Probably need a basic knowledge of vector calculus (second year uni), as well as how Einstein Summation Notation works. Questions and suggestions welcome.
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