Although done for fun, everything about this article from 2014 is so obviously lazily executed:

* Not even a single mention of turbulence, skin-friction drag and pressure drag
* There is no space for Santa to put his bag of gifts in the upgraded sleigh.

Guess what the article was written "Partnered with ANSYS". 👀 Really?

> Both "An Album of Fluid Motion" and "Perturbation Methods in Fluid Mechanics" are now out of print.

The first one is a classic book. It is now free to download and restricted reuse under fair-use laws from here:

A cork which floats underneath the surface 😄

Cool demonstration of stratified fluids and buoyancy frequency.

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