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Alternatively, taking the "curl" or "cross-product" of Eq. 3 / Fluid Particle Dynamics 19 Although the mathematical details of Eq. 24). Specifically, it has to be noted that (cf. App. A) (i) V x ^ Lft = V x [ ^ + (v • V)wl = ^ + (v • VR \_ot j ot or curlf — ) = — -(£S - V)v \Dt) where Dt d^/dt is the local change in vorticity; (v • V)f depicts vorticity convection; and (£ - V)S describes vorticity affected by velocity variations resulting in vortex stretching or vorticity production. , spin increase of a "contracting" ice dancer).
The resulting solutions to these equations are magnitudes of engineering variables averaged over the particular control volume chosen. Modeling batch processes, impinging jets, well-mixed flow compartments, or fluid layers of finite thickness may serve as examples. In contrast, the differential approach is employed for the derivation of partial differential equations for instantaneous point descriptions of velocity, pressure, concentration, and temperature fields. Needless to say, with proper theorems, integral equations can usually be transformed into differential equations, and vice versa.
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