Application of Navier – Stokes Equation to Solve Fluid Flow Problems

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Ebiendele Ebosole Peter
Adamu Bala

Abstract

The Navier – Stokes equations were used to obtain the velocity profile for two different fluid flow problems, firstly to a laminar flow through a pipe and secondly to flow of incompressible fluid between two boundaries, one boundary is the air and the other boundary moving with a velocity, inclined at an angle . The velocity profiles were obtained and presented in a diagram of showing how the fluid flow through the channels.

Keywords:
Fluid flow, Navier – Stokes, laminar flow, velocity profile

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Peter, E. E., & Bala, A. (2020). Application of Navier – Stokes Equation to Solve Fluid Flow Problems. Journal of Advances in Mathematics and Computer Science, 35(8), 101-114. https://doi.org/10.9734/jamcs/2020/v35i830318
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