Commit 1cc9f1d6 authored by Olivier's avatar Olivier

Chapter 11: proof-reading, mostly left “as is”

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\section{Motivation}
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This exploratory chapter is not a critical component of fluid dynamics; instead, it is meant as a brief overview of two extreme cases: flows for which viscous effects are negligible, and flows for which they are dominant.
This exploration should allow us to answer two questions:
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\item How can we model large-scale flows analytically?
\item How can we model small-scale flows analytically?
\item How can we model large-scale flows?
\item How can we model small-scale flows?
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\section{Flow at large scales}
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