## Fluid Dynamics Fluid Mechanics, a branch of classic mechanics, is a branch of physics that deals with the effects of force and energy on fluid properties of liquids and gases.  This branch has two subcategories called fluid dynamics and fluid statics.

Fluid Dynamics deals with the ability of fluid movement and the interactions when coming in contact with two or more fluids.

Fluid Statics deals fluid at rest.

## Nomenclature & Symbols for Engineering, Mathematics, and Science

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Hydraulic Radius of a Partially Full Pipe (Less than Half Full)
Hydraulic Radius of a Partially Full Pipe (More than Half Full)
Hydraulic Radius of a Rectangular Channel
Hydraulic Radius of a Trapezoidal Channel (Equal Side Slopes)
Hydraulic Radius of a Trapezoidal Channel (Unequal Side Slopes)
Hydraulic Radius of a Triangular Channel
Hydrostatic Pressure
Hydrostatic Weighting
Laminar Flow
Lift Force
Liquid Pressure Recovery Factor
Manning Equation
Manning's Roughness Coefficient
Mean Depth
Mechanical Efficiency
Mole Fraction
Newton's Law of Viscosity
Operating Pressure
Overall Efficiency
Pascal's Law
Pipe Sizing for Condensate Recovery
Piston Deck Volume
Poiseuille's Equation for Compressible Fluids
Raw Water