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Incompressible Fluids
"... In this paper, we report on numerical simulations of incompressible MagnetoHydroDdynamic flows by a two dimensional finite difference scheme associated to an appropriate projection method performed to characterize velocitypressure formulations along the specified MHD duct by solving the set of diff ..."
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In this paper, we report on numerical simulations of incompressible MagnetoHydroDdynamic flows by a two dimensional finite difference scheme associated to an appropriate projection method performed to characterize velocitypressure formulations along the specified MHD duct by solving the set
On the Euler equations of incompressible fluids
 Bull.Amer. Math. Soc
, 2007
"... Abstract. Euler equations of incompressible fluids use and enrich many branches of mathematics, from integrable systems to geometric analysis. They present important open physical and mathematical problems. Examples include the stable statistical behavior of illposed free surface problems such as ..."
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Abstract. Euler equations of incompressible fluids use and enrich many branches of mathematics, from integrable systems to geometric analysis. They present important open physical and mathematical problems. Examples include the stable statistical behavior of illposed free surface problems
Conservation laws for incompressible fluids
 International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences
, 1989
"... ABSTRACT. By means of a direct approach, a complete set of conservation laws for incompressible fluids is determined. The problem is solved in the material (Lagrangian) description and the results are eventually rewritten in the spatial (Eulerian} formulation. A new infinite family of conservation ..."
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ABSTRACT. By means of a direct approach, a complete set of conservation laws for incompressible fluids is determined. The problem is solved in the material (Lagrangian) description and the results are eventually rewritten in the spatial (Eulerian} formulation. A new infinite family of conservation
DECAYS OF INCOMPRESSIBLE FLUIDS
"... Abstract. We study the decay rate for incompressible fluids on various domains. By considering the heat equation we estimate the decay for the Stokes equations. Since the Stokes equations are the linear version of the NavierStokes equations, by comparing those two equations we can estimated the de ..."
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Abstract. We study the decay rate for incompressible fluids on various domains. By considering the heat equation we estimate the decay for the Stokes equations. Since the Stokes equations are the linear version of the NavierStokes equations, by comparing those two equations we can estimated
An Htheorem for incompressible fluids
, 2006
"... A basic aspect of the kinetic descriptions of incompressible fluids based on an inverse kinetic approaches is the possibility of satisfying an Htheorem. This property is in fact related to the identification of the kinetic distribution function with a probability density in an appropriate phase spa ..."
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A basic aspect of the kinetic descriptions of incompressible fluids based on an inverse kinetic approaches is the possibility of satisfying an Htheorem. This property is in fact related to the identification of the kinetic distribution function with a probability density in an appropriate phase
Surface tension in a reactive binary mixture of incompressible fluids, IMA preprint 1708
, 2000
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Fokker Planck equation for incompressible fluid
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"... In this article we derive Fokker Planck equation for incompressible fluid and investigate its properties ..."
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In this article we derive Fokker Planck equation for incompressible fluid and investigate its properties
Fluid: Incompressible Fluids
"... ABSTRACT: Due to the large size of highdimensional datasets that result from contemporary computational flow simulations, the classification and visualization of features is an essential, though challenging task for proper scientific analysis. We present a visualization system based on firstorder ..."
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ABSTRACT: Due to the large size of highdimensional datasets that result from contemporary computational flow simulations, the classification and visualization of features is an essential, though challenging task for proper scientific analysis. We present a visualization system based on firstorder fuzzy logic, that allows to convert natural language statements involving multiple scalar properties into well defined features which can be used for that allows to define and combine multiple feature criteria as logic visualization using geometric primitives in conjunction with the underlying flow field. A feature criterion can be defined as an atomic point predicate, which can be understood as a function, that maps all data points of a dataset to a Boolean value. Boolean algebra can then be used to combine these atomic predicates to define more complex ones. The combination of several feature criteria to one characteristic subset can be used to build one single geometric isosurface representation of several features, and thus, significantly reduce the amount of graphical primitives needed to display all features separately, minimizing clutter and occlusion. Further, the created subset can be utilized for particle seeding, with the aim to show the behavior of the flow in the surrounding area. We evaluate the positive and negative aspects of two different types of logical operators for the example of different simulation datasets and several feature criteria. 1
Reconstruction of obstacles immersed in an incompressible fluid
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"... We consider the reconstruction of obstacles inside a bounded domain filled with an incompressible fluid. Our method relies on special complex geometrical optics solutions for the stationary Stokes equation with a variable viscosity. ..."
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We consider the reconstruction of obstacles inside a bounded domain filled with an incompressible fluid. Our method relies on special complex geometrical optics solutions for the stationary Stokes equation with a variable viscosity.
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