Suppose you shake water inside a container, then at first the waves goes up and down strongly but they gradually dissipate. What makes them dissipate?
Like, for example, rubber is a substance with high friction, as an object with neither high or low friction would easily stop on it, and wouldn't skid. Ice is considered an object with low friction, ...
I am interested in modeling water flow including boundary flow (with friction) against other objects in the path of the water flow. I'm not a physicist but I am interested to learn the relevant ...