Hello, I haven't studied PDEs much yet, but checked out what the Navier Stokes equations are. I think I understood meaning of the terms in Navier Stokes equations, and what is their purpose in defining the time evolution of velocity of the fluid, but I couldn't see any conditions for the pressure. I would guess the time evolution of the pressure cannot be arbitrary. What equations define pressure in the fluid?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Evolution of pressure in navier stokes

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