Can somebody tell me how to calculate variances in flow rates based on differentials in viscosity?

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Can somebody tell me how to calculate variances in flow rates based on differentials in viscosity?

quote:Yep. That should give him a taste of what it takes to become a degreed engineer.

Originally posted by pitzel:This will get you started on Navier-Stokes http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Navier_Stokes_Equations Having fun yet?

quote:Another way to say that is if you use the right model, you can simplify the calculations substantially. Ethan, here's a link that may get you started: Fluid Flow and Dynamics. Look at slide 10 & 11, Poiseuille's law. [ April 01, 2005, 12:02 AM: Message edited by: 427Z06 ]

Originally posted by labman:With the above assumptions, you can understand much of what is going on, and solve many real world problems.

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