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Why are Navier-Stokes equations needed?
Can't we picture air or water molecules individually? Then, why are Navier-Stokes equations needed, after all? Can't we just aggregate individual ones? Or is it computationally difficult, or ...
Dec 4 '12 at 0:44
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