compressible fluid flow

I want to know the details of the topic '"compressible fluid flow"

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  • sonasathish
    sonasathish
    Compressible fluid flow refers to flow at velocities that are comparable to, or exceed, the speed of sound. The compressibility is relevant because at such velocities the variations in density that occur as the fluid moves from place to place cannot be ignored.

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