The shear stress at a point in a liquid is found to be 0.03 N/m2. The velocity gradient at the point is 0.15 s-1. What will be its viscosity (in Poise)? Fluid Mechanics

  • 0.5 Poise
  • 1 poise
  • 1.5 poise
  • 2 poise
Answer: 2 poise
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