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The relation between shear stress Z and velocity gradient of a fluid is given by where A and n are constants. If n = 1, what type of fluid will it be?
The relation between shear stress Z and velocity gradient of a fluid is given by where A and n are constants. What type of fluid will it be if n < 1 and n > 1 respectively?
For what value of flow behaviour index, does the consistency index has a dimension independent of time?
The relation between shear stress Z and velocity gradient of a fluid is given by + B where A, n and B are constants.
Which of the following conditions will hold for a Bingham plastic?
The relation between shear stress Z and velocity gradient of a fluid is given by + B where A, n and B are constants. Which of the following conditions will hold for a Rheopectic?
The above graph of viscosity vs time depicts which of the following fluids?
(Hint : This fluid is present in inks and paints)
The relation between shear stress Z and velocity gradient of a fluid is given by where A and n are constants. The graphs are drawn for three values of n. Which one will be the correct relationship between n_{1}, n_{2} and n_{3}?
What will be the dimension of the flow consistency index for a fluid with a flow behaviour index of 1?
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Fluid Mechanics Formulas for GATE ME Exam Doc  13 pages 
GATE Past Year Questions: Fluid Properties Doc  1 pages 
Test: Fluid Properties  1 Test  10 ques 