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Feb
13
reviewed Approve What is the essential concept behind the difference in the fundamental solutions of the Stokes and Poisson equations?
Feb
13
asked What is the essential concept behind the difference in the fundamental solutions of the Stokes and Poisson equations?
Feb
10
answered Is momentum conserved in the collision of a ball with a hanging rod?
Feb
10
comment Can a liquid boil in a closed container?
Isn't this approximately what happens in a pressure cooker?
Feb
7
revised Foam patterns on espresso
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Feb
7
answered Foam patterns on espresso
Feb
7
answered How can a droplet of liquid float on the surface of the same liquid?
Feb
7
answered What is the friction force at terminal velocity?
Feb
7
revised Application of Bernoulli's theorem
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7
revised Application of Bernoulli's theorem
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Feb
7
comment Application of Bernoulli's theorem
@pcforgeek I edited the answer to clarify it. Hope it is clear now.
Feb
7
revised Application of Bernoulli's theorem
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7
answered Application of Bernoulli's theorem
Jan
31
accepted Poisson equation in 2D and 3D: geometrical reason for the difference
Jan
30
revised Poisson equation in 2D and 3D: geometrical reason for the difference
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Jan
30
comment Poisson equation in 2D and 3D: geometrical reason for the difference
Thanks. It sounds pretty clear. But it seems to rely on the fact that I am allowed to have $F=\nabla\phi$, whilst the mathematical equation for $\phi$ alone has already this property. Does that present any limitation to this argument?
Jan
30
asked Poisson equation in 2D and 3D: geometrical reason for the difference
Jan
28
comment Laplace equation between circles
Yes, you're right. Could you do anything to migrate it?
Jan
28
asked Laplace equation between circles
Jan
20
revised Advection operator
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