Anand ZambareJun 46 minTaylor's Series : My favourite series of all time Taylor's series plays an important role in Computational Fluid Dynamics. In this blog you will be able to understand it like never be before

ShalmaliMay 214 minNewtonian and Non- Newtonian FluidsNewton’s law of viscosity defines the relationship between the shear stress and shear rate of a fluid subjected to mechanical stress.

Anand ZambareApr 306 minIntroduction to Computational Fluid DynamicsThis article is Computational Fluid Dynamics, clearing some myths about it and trying to explain what it actually is, let's see then !

ShalmaliMar 263 minBoundary Layer SeparationThe boundary layer separation phenomenon is seen when the pressure in the fluid starts to increase after reaching the highest point, due to

ShalmaliFeb 264 minBoundary-Layer Formation Concept - BasicsThere are 3 regions in a boundary layer, namely, laminar, turbulent and transient boundary region.

ShalmaliFeb 123 minBernoulli's PrincipleBernoulli's Equation states, for an ideal flowing fluid at any point sum of Total pressure energy and Gravitational energy remains constant.

ShalmaliJan 292 minTotal pressure, Static pressure and Dynamic pressure!Stationary fluid has Static pressure. Fluid in motion has Dynamic pressure. Total pressure or Stagnation pressure is summation of both.

ShalmaliJan 82 minWhat is Dynamic Pressure in Rockets?Dynamic Pressure exists if there is some motion in fluid, or it has some velocity. Maximum Dynamic Pressure acting on rocket is "Max-Q"