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Why the Navier-Stokes equations are so difficult to solve?

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    yeah they are impossible to solve analytically sometimes...specially when we work on cylinderical and and spherial coordinates

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    unless we reduce the variables to one or 2 sometimes with some assumptions...

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    The Navier-Stokes equations describe the behaviour of fluids, which is, even iteratively, difficult to solve. Now, to give a closed-form solution (if at all possible), requires a ridiculous amount of general work. But it's not difficult to see why they are so hard to solve by observing the behaviour of water with any action upon it.

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