|Sep24-07, 12:58 PM||#1|
Velocity At Ends of Tube
What determines the velocity of a fluid, in a normal tube?
|Sep24-07, 01:25 PM||#2|
The pressure pushing it along.
The inertia will depend on the density
Any friction with the walls
At higher flow rates - turbulence.
|Sep24-07, 06:36 PM||#3|
Does maximum velocity occur in the center of flow, decreasing outward to zero velocity at the tube wall? Are velocities of this flow a negatively linear function of radius?
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