Difference between revisions of "Hydrodynamics"
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Hydrodynamics is the science of the macroscopic motion of fluid bodies. It is a field theory, relating scalar fields (such as the density and the pressure) with vector fields (such as the velocity field) and tensor fields (stress tensor field).