For more, see ChemEng notes.

1 – Derivation of velocity profile through cylindrical pipe

**Summary
**An overview of the Hagen-Poiseuille equation, and a step-by-step derivation which aims to give an initial understanding.

For more, see ChemEng notes.

1 – Derivation of velocity profile through cylindrical pipe

**Summary
**An overview of the Hagen-Poiseuille equation, and a step-by-step derivation which aims to give an initial understanding.

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