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Engineering, 28.11.2019 22:31 tiaemrich146

For a certain incompressible, two‐dimensional flow field the velocity component in the y direction is given by the equationv = 3xy + x^2ydetermine the velocity component in the x direction so that the volumetric dilatation rate is 0.

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