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Mongers in time

Typical aerodynamic teardrop shape, assuming a viscous medium passing from left to right, the diagram shows the pressure distribution as the thickness of the black line and shows the velocity in the boundary layer as the violet triangles. The green vortex generators prompt the transition to turbulent flow and prevent back-flow also called flow separation…

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Third monger

Typical aerodynamic teardrop shape, assuming a viscous medium passing from left to right, the diagram shows the pressure distribution as the thickness of the black line and shows the velocity in the boundary layer as the violet triangles. The green vortex generators prompt the transition to turbulent flow and prevent back-flow also called flow separation…

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Second monger

Typical aerodynamic teardrop shape, assuming a viscous medium passing from left to right, the diagram shows the pressure distribution as the thickness of the black line and shows the velocity in the boundary layer as the violet triangles. The green vortex generators prompt the transition to turbulent flow and prevent back-flow also called flow separation…

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Fluids dynamics

Typical aerodynamic teardrop shape, assuming a viscous medium passing from left to right, the diagram shows the pressure distribution as the thickness of the black line and shows the velocity in the boundary layer as the violet triangles. The green vortex generators prompt the transition to turbulent flow and prevent back-flow also called flow separation…

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FLUIDS MOTION

Fluids motion plays an essential role in a broad variety of natural and industrial processes. Particu- larly, those flows occurring in volumes in which at least one dimension is within the micro or nano- metric range have attracted an outstanding interest, becoming what nowadays is known as Micro or Nanofluidics. The key potential of such…

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FIRST SPANISH CONFERENCE

Título: Micro and Nanofluidics: from Technology to Science Fecha: May 29th to June 1st of 2019 Lugar: Pedro Pascual Center of Sciences in Benasque (Huesca, Spain) Website: http://benasque.org. Speakers: Howard Stone (Princeton University, USA). Detlef Lohse (University of Twente, Netherland). Henrik Bruus (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark). David Weitz (Harvard, USA). Patrick Tabelling (Institute Pierre-Gilles…

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