What is stream line flow
Posted by Vipin Siwach 8 months ago
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Streamline flow is the flow of fluid where each particle follows the path of it's proceeding particle. The velocity of each particle at a point is same
Streamline flow is a type of fluid flow in which the fluid moves in continuous, smooth paths, without turbulence or mixing of fluid layers. Streamlines are lines that are everywhere tangent to the flow velocity vector, and they represent the path that a massless particle would follow as it moves with the fluid. Streamline flow occurs when the fluid velocity is constant in a given direction and is not affected by pressure gradients or friction.
Streamline flow in fluids is defined as the flow in which the fluids flow in parallel layers such that there is no disruption or intermixing of the layers and at a given point, the velocity of each fluid particle passing by remains constant with time.
A particle move with a velocity 'v' on the circumference of circle of radius 'r' after 4πr/v, it's is displacement will be ?
Posted by Rewati Raman 🤓🤓🤓 6 days, 12 hours ago
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