Sloshing occurs in a partially filled vessel due to the movement of free surface liquid. The sloshing motion is a highly nonlinear and random process and depends on many parameters including gravity and viscosity effects. The applications are many including ship cargo and trucks transporting liquids like oil/gasoline.
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