Even such basic parts of our meals as milk and olive oil have can have internal flow challenges during production, as they are transported through pipe systems before being packaged and delivered to your local store.
Most of the common internal flows are fully developed, meaning that the fluid properties (except pressure) remain constant along the pipes or channels that the fluid is flowing through. However, this does not happen along the entire system. In this lesson we will explore how to define the entrance region and how to analyze fully developed flows.
Here are the accompanying handout slides for this lesson.