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A simulation of the Kelvin–Helmholtz instability, a phenomenon that can occur when velocity shear is present within a continuous fluid, or when there is sufficient velocity difference across the interface between two fluids. One example is wind blowing over a water surface, where the wind causes the relative motion between the water and air.

Video: Bdubb12/Raeky

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