Rising High (Original Mix). from Isotonic by Fluid Dynamic. Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. from Isotonic, released August 18, 2016 Ross Valentine - Fluid Dynamic.
Listen to Rising High by Fluid Dynamic on Deezer. Fluid Dynamic 07-03-2010. Total duration:05 min. 01. Rising High (Orginal Mix).
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Tracks in release Rising High. Trackname, Key, BPM, Publish date. Artists, Remixers, Label. 1. 142 bpm, 7A, D minor, 2010-04-02, Trance, 0 1. Fluid Dynamic.
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The Reynolds number is a dimensionless quantity which characterises the magnitude of inertial effects compared to the magnitude of viscous effects. A low Reynolds number (Re<<1) indicates that viscous forces are very strong compared to inertial forces. In such cases, inertial forces are sometimes neglected; this flow regime is called Stokes or creeping flow. This idea can work fairly well when the Reynolds number is high. However, problems such as those involving solid boundaries may require that the viscosity be included. Viscosity cannot be neglected near solid boundaries because the no-slip condition generates a thin region of large strain rate, the boundary layer, in which viscosity effects dominate and which thus generates vorticity.