The no-slip condition of fluid dynamics

@article{Day1990TheNC,
  title={The no-slip condition of fluid dynamics},
  author={Michael A. Day},
  journal={Erkenntnis},
  year={1990},
  volume={33},
  pages={285-296}
}
In many applications of physics, boundary conditions have an essential role. The purpose of this paper is to examine from both a historical and philosophical perspective one such boundary condition, namely, the no-slip condition of fluid dynamics. The historical perspective is based on the works of George Stokes and serves as the foundation for the philosophical perspective. It is seen that historically the acceptance of the no-slip condition was problematic. Philosophically, the no-slip… 

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