Chapter 6 - Equations of Motion and Energy in Cartesian Coordinates Equations of motion of a Newtonian fluid The Reynolds number Dissipation of Energy by Viscous Forces The energy equation The effect of compressibility Resume of the development of the equations Special cases of the equations Restrictions on types of motion Isochoric motion

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May 24, 2011 · The vector from C to A is (3, -4) - t (3,-4) or (3-3t, -4+4t) The vector from C to B is (14, -2) - t (3,-4) or (14-3t, -2 + 4t) If those 2 vectors form a suitable perspective, then the dot product...

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Oct 22, 2013 · In our “Gradient Formula” lesson, we will be looking at finding the Gradient Slope between two points using an Algebra Formula. The nice thing about the formula method, is that we do not actually need to draw the points onto a Cartesian Plane Grid. This saves us a lot of time and work…. Nice! Definition of Gradient Finding Cartesian Equations from Curves Defined Parametrically. When we are given a set of parametric equations and need to find an equivalent Cartesian equation, we are essentially “eliminating the parameter.” However, there are various methods we can use to rewrite a set of parametric equations as a Cartesian equation.