Conferenciante: Cleyton Natanael (Universidade Federal de Pernambuco - UFPE (Brasil))
Fluid dynamics is an area of extreme importance for many sciences, such as engineering, biology and physics. Due to this, several models of differential equations have been formulated over the years, among them, the classic Navier-Stokes model. However, this model does not consider the influence of particles immersed in the fluid in its flow. Because of this, A. C. Eringen proposed a model for fluids with microstructure called Micropolar fluids. In this presentation we will make a brief introduction to the micropolar model and its relationship with the Navier-Stokes model. In addition, we will study a particular application in large-scale numerical weather prediction.
6 de febrero de 2020, 12:00, Seminario de la 2º planta del IEMath-GR