fluid mechanics

Fluid mechanics – the study of the physics of continuous materials which take the shape of their container.

Fluids – In a mechanical view, a fluid is a substance that does not support tangential stress; that is why a fluid in rest has the shape of their containing vessel.And fluid in rest have zero shear stress
Fluid statics
Fluid dynamics
Navier–Stokes equations
Bernoulli’s principle
Buoyancy
Viscosity

Newtonian
Non-Newtonian

Archimedes’ principle
Pascal’s law
Pressure

Liquids

Capillary action
 
 Gases
  Atmosphere
  Boyle's law
  Charles's law
  Gay-Lussac's law
  Combined gas law
 
 Plasma
 
  Rheology - the study of materials with both solid and fluid characteristics
 
  Viscoelasticity Smart fluids
  Magnetorheological Electrorheological Ferrofluids Rheometry Rheometer 
 
  Scientists
  Bernoulli Boyle Cauchy Charles Euler Gay-Lussac Hooke Pascal Newton Navier Stokes

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