hello, what themes do you recommend to learn about fluid-dinamycs? , where can i begin for ?, and how is related fluid-dynamics and the fractasl?
Mathematically, fluid dynamics is typically expressed as an application of Newton's Laws of Motion (conservation of mass, momentum, and energy) to a fluid. This generally results in the Navier-Stokes equations, which are nonlinear, unsteady, partial differential vector equations. In other words, quite nasty. General solutions often involve iterative procedures of nonlinear and/or matrix equations, and we've seen how that can generate fractals. Physically, those fractals are often related to transfer of energy between scales of fluid motion. So, study all of those things, and you'll have an understand of fluid dynamics and fractals.
And study turbulence. A lot.