This lesson covers the intricate aspects of flow physics and its connection with flow computations. It delves into the different steps involved in flow computations, starting from defining the problem and objectives, choosing the governing equations, discretizing the domain, solving the governing equations, and finally, validating the results. The lesson also discusses the concept of wing tip vortices, finite wings, and the impact of pressure imbalance on flow. It further explores the application of these concepts in the design of aircraft wings, spacecraft configurations, and internal aerodynamics like ventilation systems in passenger aircraft.

- Understanding the connection between flow physics and flow computations is crucial in aerodynamics.
- Finite wings and wing tip vortices play a significant role in aircraft design.
- The process of flow computations involves several steps including problem definition, governing equations selection, domain discretization, solution of equations, and result validation.
- The application of flow computations extends to spacecraft configurations and internal aerodynamics.
- The validation of computational results against standard cases is essential to ensure the accuracy and stability of the solution.

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