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# Topics: Classical Mechanics - Fluid Mechanics

### Fluid Mechanics

A subset of the states of matter, Fluids are continuous, amorphous substances whose molecules or atoms move freely tending to assume the shape of its container.Fluids persistently deform (flow) under shear stress, and can be liquids, gases, plasmas and plastic solids. Fluid Mechanics - the science that studies Fluids - is divided into fluid statics, the study of fluids at rest, and fluid dynamics, the study of fluids in motion.
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