|Jan26-13, 11:42 AM||#1|
viscous drag and air resistance
In a set of experiments I conducted relating to Bernoulli Levitation,
I disregarded viscous drag in my analysis.
I assumed that it was minimal and thus could be disregarded,
but there is no mathematical or physics-related proof.
Could you please help me out?
Thanks, as always :)
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