Evolution of Dynamics of Particles to Fluid Dynamics

Many thanks, this problem has been addressed in great detail using supercomputer simulation (e.g. the late eighties papers by David Heyes and myself in the Omnia Opera). By now the supercomputer simulation methods must be very highly developed. UFT362 is an entirely new discovery, that a fluid dynamic background affects an orbit and may explain precessions.

Emyrone
Sent: 25/11/2016 19:45:18 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Fwd: Corpuscular matter and fluid dynamics

Russ., I am forwarding to Myron. This article covers the problem how mass point mechanics (motion of single particles) turns into continuum fluid mechanics. Have we an idea for this? It seems to be an old problem.

Horst

Horst,

I thought to mention this recent article as it relates to the general topic of fluid flow and the special case of a gas, which might be of interest.

-Russ

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