I would like to know that if a gas/liquid is flowing through a CS pipe having fixed parameters. Now if i start increasing the temperature of the fluid, what will happen to the viscosity and thereafter to the velocity of the fluid.
the air from a glass tube is completely evacuated and the tip of the tube is fused and sealed. you are now asked to break the tip of the tube, wait a few seconds, and then dip the tube into a beaker contatinig water, keeping the tip just below the water surface. Do you expect the water to rise into the glass tube, or do you expect air bubbles to come out of the tube into the water? explain the basis of your expectations.2 AnswersPhysics1 decade ago
This book is writte by Adrian Bejan. If any body could provide the web link for that one.
thanks in advance
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given a vector space (column vector) of dimension 1 , how i can construct a vector space orthogonal to it?
and what is the dimension of that vector space?5 AnswersMathematics1 decade ago
what is a one to one function?
what is an invertible matrix?
given the vector space of a matrix, how can we construct another vector space which is orthogonal to the former vector space?
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solution of diffusion heat equation for cylindrical coordinate system? some web sources i could check out?
I want to calculate the effective conductivity of the cylinders(infinitely long and dilute) in a matrix where the heat is transported due to diffusion perpendicular to the axis of the cylinders. how to solve using heat equation for diffusion controlled system(as it is here). the cylinders will act as particles n the rest of the region will be called matrix. it is same to the problem of small spheres where the temp gradient is linear.