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Steady Two‐Dimensional Viscous Flow of an Incompressible Fluid past a Circular Cylinder
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15. is computed by integrating the Navier‐Stokes equations written in terms of the pressure and velocity components. Starting from “infinity” upstream ( the integration path runs along the negative x axis up to some point then along a semicircle concentric with the cylinder, and finally along the positive x axis up to the rear stagnation point.
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