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Help - Explain physics of fluids

  1. Sep 22, 2006 #1
    Hi everyone,

    I need some help from some of you for a little research I am doing.

    I am trying to figure out the Physics of Fluid running down a uneven surface, like water running down the windshield of your car. Seemingly random and yes with a degree of randomness but also with a degree of predictability. All one needs to do is keep measuring deviation of fluid from the norm, the greater deviation the greater the probability that fluid when and if it snaps back into norm
    will result in fluid being very predictable for a short while.

    It is just like the Hurst cycle theory.

    I am trying to apply this to my charting. Can anyone help me with the physics and math aspect of it? Help explain this in greater detail, or send me to a place where it will show me?

    Take care,
  2. jcsd
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