I'm looking for any resources that would help me model the behavior of objects moving in fluid. My end goal is to be able to describe the motion of irregularly shaped objects in a river environment. ...
This may not be a great question. But whenever you drain water, a small whirlpool happens, obviously. This got me thinking... Can we model tornados with this effect, would it even be beneficial?
I've been researching the physics involved with spoilers and I've just been turning up the same information about spoilers giving the back wheels of a car more traction by acting as an up side down ...
If you had a glass ball filled with water, completely sealed and containing a fish, could the fish move the ball?