hi can someone please check this answer for me as it doesnt agree with that my teacher has printed in his answers. Its the eulerian description of motion where(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

a= u dV/dx + v dV/dy + w dV/dz + dV/dt

The question is:

Find the acceleration of the fluid particle described by:

V= x^2 t i + 2xytj + 2yztk

when t=2 at the point (2, -1, 3)

I get the answer: a = 68i - 68j - 42k

however answer given is:

a = 68i - 100j - 54k

Would be very grateful if someone could clear this up for me!

Thanks

Phil Hargreaves

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# Homework Help: Eulerian Description of Motion

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