Morphing quantum mechanics and fluid dynamics

@article{Curtright2003MorphingQM,
  title={Morphing quantum mechanics and fluid dynamics},
  author={Thomas L. Curtright and David B. Fairlie},
  journal={Journal of Physics A},
  year={2003},
  volume={36},
  pages={8885-8901}
}
We investigate the effects of given pressure gradients on hydrodynamic flow equations. We obtain results in terms of implicit solutions and also in the framework of an extra-dimensional formalism involving the diffusion/Schrodinger equation. 
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