Two fluids are flowing through two similar pipes of the same diameter. The Reynold's number is same. For the same flow rate if the viscosity of a fluid is reduced to half the value of the first fluid, the pressure drop will Fluid Mechanics

  • Increase
  • Decrease
  • Remain unchanged
  • Data insufficient to predict relative pressure drop
Answer: Decrease
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