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# Test: Viscous Flow - 1

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### In flow through a pipe, the transition from laminar to turbulent flow does not depend on

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Transition depends on Reynolds number Reynolds number depends on velocity, diameter, dynamic/kinematic viscosity

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The equations of motion for a viscous fluid are known as

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QUESTION: 5

In the Navier-Stokes equations, the forces considered are

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Navier-Stoke’s equation represents the conservation of

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Navier-stokes equations represent the conservation of momentum, are equation of motion for viscous fluid and consider combination of gravity, pressure and viscous forces.

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For laminar flow between two fixed parallel plates, the flow velocity

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The maximum velocity of a one-dimensional incompressible flow between two fixed parallel plates is 5 m/s. The mean velocity (in m/s) of the flow is

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The shear stress between two fixed parallel plates with a laminar flow between them

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Velocity for flow through a pipe, measured at the center is found to be 3 m/s. If the Reynolds number is around 1000, what is the average flow velocity in the pipe?

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