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comment How to solve fluid flow problem based on Navier-Stokes equations?
@Mr.Wizard I do not see an option for this.
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comment How to solve fluid flow problem based on Navier-Stokes equations?
@Mr.Wizard I edited the question, also added a new link and images in the answer at the end. Hope it'll do.
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reviewed Close Can somebody run this for me?
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comment Best method to find variation in width along the image of a slit?
@abhilashsukumari you should try experimenting with code. documentation is very detailed. just search for keywords and look through examples. something like this Length[Select[data, 14 <= # <= 15 &]]
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comment Best method to find variation in width along the image of a slit?
@abhilashsukumari min was just a typo - I fixed it. Of course we are looking for max.
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answered Best method to find variation in width along the image of a slit?
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comment Initialization with Wolfram Demonstrations
I recommend also asking this on Wolfram Community - I may get Wolfram person to answer.
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comment Is this the most effective and efficient programming style for prototyping (a ray tracer) in Mathematica?
@jrp could we make an identical cross-post on Wolfram Community? The content is simply great by itself and is well worth publishing as an "idea". We can see what feedback we can get there. Post editor is the same - so simple copy paste will work.
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