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- If one were to experimentally measure the discharge coefficient using water, would this value be constant for all incompressible fluids?

The discharge coefficient is the ratio of the actual discharge to the ideal discharge and can be measured experimentally. If one were to experimentally measure the discharge coefficient using water, would this value be constant for all incompressible fluids?

What does the discharge coefficient depend on, and is it unique to every fluid?

What does the discharge coefficient depend on, and is it unique to every fluid?