International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 7, Part N (2015)
Applications of mathematics T of fluid
Ismail Hussain, Dr. VK Rathaur
The study of these flows has been attached with a wide range of mathematical techniques and, to day, this is a stimulating part of both pure an applied mathematics. Fluid is a material that is infinitely deformable or malleable. A fluid may resist moving from one shape to another but resists the same amount in all directions and in all shapes. The basic characteristic of the fluid is that it can flow. Fluids are divided in two categories, incompressible fluids (fluids that move at far subsonic speeds and do not change their density) and compressible fluids The aim of this Paper is to furnish some results in very different areas that are linked by the common scope of giving new insight in the field of fluid dynamics. Thus, already by the time of the Roman Empire enough practical information had been accumulated to permit quite sophisticated applications of ﬂuid dynamics.
How to cite this article:
Ismail Hussain, Dr. VK Rathaur. Applications of mathematics T of fluid. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(7):800-803.