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Kaushik
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Stokes' Law gives us the value fo viscous force when a spherical body is under motion inside a fluid.
##F_{viscous} = 6\pi\eta av## (where ##a## is the radius of the spherical body and ##v## is the velocity with which it is moving)
What is the reason for the Viscous drag to depend upon the radius of the spherical body?
##F_{viscous} = 6\pi\eta av## (where ##a## is the radius of the spherical body and ##v## is the velocity with which it is moving)
What is the reason for the Viscous drag to depend upon the radius of the spherical body?