solution and explaination needed


solution and explaination needed

 

Problem
Water of constant density p flows down an inclined straight pipe, which has
a circular cross section of radius R. There is no pump driving the flow and flow is fully
developed. The angle between the pipe and the horizontal plane is a constant . The viscosity of
water is a constant µ.
a)
by using appropriate assumptions/arguments.
Simplify the Navier Stokes equations to a form that can be solved with paper&pencil
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Transcribed Image Text:Problem
Water of constant density p flows down an inclined straight pipe, which has
a circular cross section of radius R. There is no pump driving the flow and flow is fully
developed. The angle between the pipe and the horizontal plane is a constant . The viscosity of
water is a constant µ.
a)
by using appropriate assumptions/arguments.
Simplify the Navier Stokes equations to a form that can be solved with paper&pencil
solution and explaination needed


solution and explaination needed

 

Problem
Water of constant density p flows down an inclined straight pipe, which has
a circular cross section of radius R. There is no pump driving the flow and flow is fully
developed. The angle between the pipe and the horizontal plane is a constant . The viscosity of
water is a constant µ.
a)
by using appropriate assumptions/arguments.
Simplify the Navier Stokes equations to a form that can be solved with paper&pencil
expand button
Transcribed Image Text:Problem
Water of constant density p flows down an inclined straight pipe, which has
a circular cross section of radius R. There is no pump driving the flow and flow is fully
developed. The angle between the pipe and the horizontal plane is a constant . The viscosity of
water is a constant µ.
a)
by using appropriate assumptions/arguments.
Simplify the Navier Stokes equations to a form that can be solved with paper&pencil

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