The length of the tube necessary for the boundary layer to reach the centre of the tube and for fully developed flow to be established is called the __________ length. Fluid Mechanics
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Which of the following must be followed by the flow of a fluid (real or ideal)? (I) Newton's law of viscosity.(II) Newton's second law of motion. (III) The continuity equation.(IV) Velocity of boundary layer must be zero relative to boundary.(V) Fluid cannot penetrate a boundary.
Very small pressure difference ( A. U-tube water B. U-tube mercury C. Inclined tube mercury D. Inclined tube water Answer & Solution Discuss in Board Save for Later Answer & Solution Answer: Option D No explanation is given for this question Let's Discuss on Board 20. A fluid which has a linear relationship between the magnitude of applied shear-stress and the resulting rate of deformation is called a/an __________ fluid. A. Newtonion B. Non-Newtonion C. Ideal D. Incompressible Answer & Solution Discuss in Board Save for Later Answer & Solution Answer: Option A No explanation is given for this question Let's Discuss on Board 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Read More Section(Fluid Mechanics) Each Section contains maximum 70 questions. To get more questions visit other sections. Fluid Mechanics - Section 2 Fluid Mechanics - Section 3 Fluid Mechanics - Section 4 Fluid Mechanics - Section 5 Fluid Mechanics - Section 6 Fluid Mechanics - Section 7 Fluid Mechanics - Section 8 Fluid Mechanics - Section 9 Fluid Mechanics - Section 10 Fluid Mechanics - Section 11
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