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Fluid mechanics. Plate pulled within viscous fluid.

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thepatient
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Sep1-12, 04:03 PM
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

I have the statement, variables and given/known data in the picture along with relevant equations and solution attempt.



2. Relevant equations



3. The attempt at a solution

I think I did the first part right. But I'm unsure about part B. The distance between the plate t is different between the stationary plate above than the distance below the plate to the stationary plate. Computing using the different distances give me a different value. I'm unsure what I'm doing wrong or what assumption is incorrect.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. :]
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thepatient
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Sep1-12, 04:23 PM
P: 140
I was thinking maybe the shear isn't the same on both sides of the plate in part b?


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