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Old   May 5, 2009, 12:02
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I want some CFD moveis and figures about the boundary layer transition process. Any one knows where can I download?

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Old   May 5, 2009, 12:26
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Check out the boundary layer movie in Shapiro's classical movies from MIT. You can find a link to the site in the links section here: http://www.cfd-online.com/Links/educ...#onlinecourses
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have you looked on YouTube? there are a lot of videos on there, but I am not sure if there are any boundary layers videos
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Check out the boundary layer movie in Shapiro's classical movies from MIT. You can find a link to the site in the links section here: http://www.cfd-online.com/Links/educ...#onlinecourses
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That excellent collection of fluid movies has gone commercial, as far as I know, the only free fluid movies are the collection by Hunter Rouse (IowaInstiOfHydralicResearch) or the fluid Gallary (efluids.com) so make your own download before they go commercial too.
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Commercial, nope, I just tried the boundary layer movie and it is still available freely, so surf again Ahmed.
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All rights to the NCFMF films are still owned by the Educational Development Center. Although they have been made available as streaming media by special arrangment by the iFluids program, the films cannot be downloaded. They are, however, available for purchase from the Encyclopedia Britannica store. (You must contact Britannica directly for information.)
Any problems viewing the streaming files can normally be fixed by adjusting RealPlayer's proxy settings.




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You can watch the movies freely, I just did. Are you saying that it is not possible to save these movies? Realplayer downloaded and played the movies without any problems.
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Have you checked e-fluids? They had some good videos and images on their webpage too.
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You can watch the movies freely, I just did. Are you saying that it is not possible to save these movies? Realplayer downloaded and played the movies without any problems.
Interesting what you are saying, I have no doubt that you watched the movie, but are we talking about the same web portal. I am referring to this web portal
http://web.mit.edu/hml/ncfmf.html
May be there are restrictions imposed by my computer (a desktop running under Debian) or my geographic location (about 100 miles from MIT) or my ISP (verizon) or whatever the reason is,
If they still are available for the fluid mechanics community, that sounds good.
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Yes, same portal, and on my XP machine with realplayer installed all these movies can be viewed without any fee. I am not sure if there is any way to also save these movies and view them off-line though. Perhaps it is possible to have realplayer movies online that can only be streamed and viewed online and not saved, I don't know.
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Old   May 9, 2009, 14:23
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I asked myself, Why Peter can watch these movies on his Windows box and I cannot do the same on my Debian box?
First of all I clearly say I am not looking for a debate about the merits of Linux against Windows, but a solution to a minor problem. So here is what I did, it might help others in similar situations. I checked the Firefox addons web page, there I found one addon called "mediaPlayerConnectivity" which I installed, configured and voila, My realplayer is running ok on my LinuxDebian Box.
Thanks Peter for stimulating my mind/Problem solving techniques
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