Slip loss in Water

by Yoshimagick
Tags: loss, slip, water
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Dec2-13, 05:03 PM
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Is it true that the slip (or induced ) velocity in water in the force generation direction is proportional to the force so generated no matter what device is used? and why or why not?
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