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1 – Derivation of velocity profile through cylindrical pipe
An overview of the Hagen-Poiseuille equation, and a step-by-step derivation which aims to give an initial understanding.
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The following post used the following references as resources: 1.) Aviation Week and 2.) the Boeing Company web site for the 777 aircraft configurations and history of the Boeing Company. 2,543 more words
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It’s I’m a Geoscientist week! Or more exactly: weeks. From March 9 until March 20, the EGU supports I’m a Geoscientist to help students engage with scientists about real science. 609 more words
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As I foresee, I would be working on something related to lattice Boltzmann method. Therefore, I am very serious and curious about the fundamentals behind LBM. 317 more words
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This week we have been looking at the fluid flow around a cylinder and how Bernoulli’s equation can be applied to this.
For this model to be valid the fluid flow must be tangential to the cylinder. 389 more words
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The Confused Engineer
The Reynolds number is largely defined as “the ratio of inertial forces to viscous forces” in a moving fluid. But, in plain english, this actually explains very little. 364 more words
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