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• Chapter 4: harmonized with chapter 5 (minor) · 107458d0
Olivier authored
• Chapter 5: harmonize with chap 4, proof-read · b1d000e4
Olivier authored
```* Calculation of forces come first. Moments are ditched
* Fixed notation of velocity components: either V_x or u, but not
u_x
* Velocity-field guesses, which are the core method for the problem
sheet, are now presented as a special case (just like fluid
statics for pressure force calculations).
* Brief example added: Couette flow```
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• Chapter 4: cleaner structure, integrates better with main plan · 4fad4984
Olivier authored
```* Calculation of forces on wall come first. They are actually the
most useful equations in the chapter
* The derivation of the "grad p = rho g" equation is now done in
3D, in line with the other chapters. I never completely understood
the method I used to use (taken from classic textbooks) and suspect
it just is worth nothing
Part of the new derivation is taken back from chapter 6.
* Static fluids are now clearly presented as a special case. This is
now also reflected in the problem sheet.```
• Exercises 4: Major cleanup, -5+1 problems · cf5a5a8e
Olivier authored
```* Major cleanup. The problems that are not clearly about calculating
a pressure force on a wall are gone.
* Added one problem with non-static pressure distribution and
non-flat surface (taken down from problem sheet 11)```
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• Exercises 4: Rephrase questions according to previous fixes · 018577fe
Olivier authored
```The phrasing of questions in ex. 4.1 & 4.2 is corrected, according
to the previous fixes in chapter 4 (commit 164e608e).```
• Chaper 4: fix major weakness in introduction to Eulerian concept · 164e608e
Olivier authored
```* The lead up to the notion of total time derivative was incorrectly
constructed. It is now more rigorously approached, separating
clearly (and correctly!) between what is experienced by the particle
and what is experienced by the probe. The algebra of all main
equations remains unaffected.

* The worked-out example in the slides was incorrect (although the
numerical result was). This is now fixed.

My thanks extend to the 3 students (!) who pointed out the incoherence
in class, fixing a five-year old problem in my approach to this concept.```
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• Chapter 4: springtime update · aa656e0e
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```No major alteration to content or stucture, however, a substantial edit:
* Better connected the writing of Cauchy and Navier-Stokes equations to the work derived in chapters 1 and 2
* Re-wrote lead-up from Cauchy to Navier-Stokes
* Attributed Anderson for section on energy equation
* general proof-reading / editing for flow```
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