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Fluid mechanics is a study of the properties, behavior, stresses and motions of materials in the liquid and gaseous states.

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"At each stage I reach a balance, a conclusion. At the next sitting, if I find that there is a weakness in the whole, I make my way back into the picture by means of the weakness (I re-enter through the breach) and I reconceive the whole. Thus everything becomes fluid again."
Henri Matisse, quoted by Tériade in "Minotaure"

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