Eulerian and Lagrangian Descriptions in Fluid Mechanics 
Eulerian and Lagrangian Descriptions in Fluid Mechanics
by National Science Foundation
Video Lecture 1 of 25
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Date Added: February 8, 2015

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Course Description

This video series was created about half a century ago to explain fluid mechanics in an accessible way for undergraduate engineering and physics students. This collection was organized by the National Committee for Fluid Mechanics.

For a complete set of notes for these videos, please check this webpage organized by MIT: http://web.mit.edu/hml/notes.html

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