Friday, December 19, 2008

Snow strom in Waterloo

Today, I was excited in the morning. Finally the moment of having a real snow storm in our city has arrived! Interesting, because this was the only way to see Navier-Stocks equations in front of your eyes, specially when winds are blown out from the edge of a building. You see how the smooth wind fronts get hurly and produces the little funny curly wind flows right after the edges.

I took some pictures in the university that I put here some.

From Guage Invariance Photoblog


From Guage Invariance Photoblog

From Guage Invariance Photoblog


From Guage Invariance Photoblog


From Guage Invariance Photoblog


From Guage Invariance Photoblog

3 comments:

Larry Doug said...

Hey Mohammaed! The geese pic is fantastic, nice shot! I want its larg size to print out. can u email it to me. I'll pay, ofcourse ;-)

Anonymous said...

Where is this navier-stock equation. What I see in your pics are some geese though...

Anonymous said...

sattar, do not bother mammad so much. go do your work! he has a phd and you don't!