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    Can you help me a demo of Navier-Stockes equation solver?

    I'm an engineer, please help me a demo of Navier-Stockes equation solver, thanks.

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    Re: Can you help me a demo of Navier-Stockes equation solver?

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    Re: Can you help me a demo of Navier-Stockes equation solver?

    It looks like section 9.8 of this book Mathematical Tools In Computer Graphics With C# Implementations goes over Navier-Stokes and has a full C# implementation.
    This pattern in common to all great programmers I know: they're not experts in something as much as experts in becoming experts in something.

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