Hydrodynamic Stability Theory (MAGIC014)
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This course is part of the MAGIC core.
This is offered as a core course for Applied.
Spring 2017 (Monday, January 23 to Friday, March 31)
It will be assumed that students are familiar with the Navier-Stokes equations. Any previous experience of perturbation methods would be an advantage, but is not essential, as the main ideas will be introduced as needed.
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The assessment for this course will be via a single take-home paper in April with 2 weeks to complete and submit online. Questions may be of different lengths. The number marks for each question will be indicated. The pass mark will be 50%.
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