User talk:Kimaaron

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Bernoulli Principle article - wing and rotor - #3[edit]

I saw your response to my question about "inviscid" flow. The dilemma I mentioned is one of the many possible issues when you make simplifcation such as a non-viscous, non-compressable flows. The non-viscous part is what allows what I proposed as indpendent flow streams in such a fluid, since there's no interaction between streamlines (due to non-viscosity).

My real issue with the main article is covered in the link below. The ariticle states that Bernoulli can be used to calculate lift given known flows, but I am not aware of any actual air foil program that uses such a method. Instead some variation of the Navier–Stokes_equations are used, somewhat simplified, but not to the point of Bernoulli. One of the reasons I doubt Bernoulli accounts for all of the lift, is the fact that relative to the wing, a signircant part of the acceleration of air is perpendicular to the flow (centripetal component over cambered surface), wih no change in speed, but a signifcant factor in the production of lift.

Real World Application - wing and rotor - #3

Jeffareid (talk) 01:33, 20 September 2009 (UTC)

and please don't abbreviate it as Cal Tech!)[edit]

Yes, don't do that.

I have been going through wikipedia and correcting many misspelled "Cal Tech" entries. But I won't correct yours. Gah4 (talk) 01:43, 25 August 2016 (UTC)