Fluids, Civil Engineering

FLUID substance which deforms continuously when subjected to a shear stress 

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LIQUID no fixed shape deforms under gravity to container shape virtually incompressible = constant volume

GAS expands to fill container, mass m constant but volume V dependent upon pressure p and Temperature T (i.e. ideal gas pV=mRT) 

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