Some articles on stokes:
... Stokes Castle is a three-story stone tower located just outside of Austin, Nevada ... It was built by Anson Phelps Stokes, a mine developer, railroad magnate, and banker ... Intending the building as a summer home, Stokes began building the castle in 1896, completing it in 1897 ...
... In fluid dynamics, the Stokes boundary layer, or oscillatory boundary layer, refers to the boundary layer close to a solid wall in oscillatory flow of a viscous fluid ... Reynolds numbers over a smooth solid wall, George Gabriel Stokes – after whom this boundary layer is called – derived an analytic solution, one of the few exact solutions for the Navier–Stokes ... In turbulent flow, this is still named a Stokes boundary layer, but now one has to rely on experiments, numerical simulations or approximate methods in order to obtain useful information on the flow ...
... Leonard Aloysius Scott Stokes (1858–25 December 1925) was an English architect ... Leonard Stokes was born in Southport (then in Lancashire) in 1858 ...
... The river then enters the Stokes National Park before discharging into Stokes Inlet ... surveying the area in 1848 after his friend Admiral John Lort Stokes ...
... Stokes Regional Water Company serves local water needs Stokes Congleton Gas Co ... is the local Propane(LP) supplier, www.stokescongleton.com Embarq is the local telephone and ADSL company and GUC provides electricity ...
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