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\end{eqnarray*} | \end{eqnarray*} | ||

where $v_0$ is the speed of the incoming fluid, $a$ is the radius of the cylinder centered at the origin, and $r,\theta$ are the polar coordinates of point $x,y$. | where $v_0$ is the speed of the incoming fluid, $a$ is the radius of the cylinder centered at the origin, and $r,\theta$ are the polar coordinates of point $x,y$. | ||

+ | These functions are valid only for points outside the cylinder $(r>a)$. | ||

The following Matlab code plots the velocity as a quiver plot and the pressure with contours. | The following Matlab code plots the velocity as a quiver plot and the pressure with contours. |

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