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In a flow over a heated object, the dynamic similarity between the model and prototype will be achieved if
Geometric similarity of two objects refer to the requirement that
In the non-dimensional form of the incompressible governing equations, in which conservation equation does the Reynolds number appear?
The resistance of a ship’s hull correlates to:
How are non-dimensional equations useful?
What is the method to determine the relevant dimensionless parameters for a given fluid flow problem without recourse to the governing equations?
Applying the Buckingham-Pi theorem to the pipe flow, there are three fundamental dimensions which determine the flow. How many dimensionless Pi groups are required?
Which of the following is not true about the Buckingham-Pi theorem?