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The flow rate in a pipe is assessed by measuring the speed of rotation of a propeller having its axis along the pipe centre-line. Show by dimensional analysis that the volume flow rate, Q, is given bu the expression:

Q=(D^3).N.Phi.(d/D,(density.(D^2).N)/viscosity)

where D= diameter of the pipe,

d=diameter of the pipe

N=the rotational speed of the propeller

I'm very confused as to how to go about this, any help would be appreciated.

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# Can someone Help me with Dimensional analysis please

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