# Reynolds Number | Laminar Flow and Turbulent Flow with respecet to Reynolds number

Wednesday, March 2, 2011 21:57**Reynolds Number :**

It is the ratio between inertial forces and viscous forces.

It is shown by Continue Reading »

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**Reynolds Number :**

It is the ratio between inertial forces and viscous forces.

It is shown by Continue Reading »

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**Fluid Kinematics : **The branch of Fluid Mechanics in which we study the fluids in motion is Continue Reading »

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**Joints in Building:**

The separation or planes of weakness introduced at different locations in a building are known as joints Continue Reading »

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**Frog of Bricks : **The depression provided in the face of brick during its manufacturing is known Continue Reading »

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The** coordinating dimensions** are a measure of the physicalÂ space taken up by a brick together with the mortar Continue Reading »

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**Conditions of Equilibrium for floating bodies:**

There are three conditions of equilibrium for floating bodies.

- Stable Equilibrium.
- Unstable Equilibrium. Continue Reading »

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**Buoyancy or Force of Buoyancy:**

Buoyancy or Force of Buoyancy is the difference of weight of body in air and weight of body in any Continue Reading »

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**Shear Force: **

The Shear Force at the cross section of the beam may be defined as the unbalanced Continue Reading »

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Surface tension is defined as

The process due to which a tight thin sheet is formed on the surface of fluid due to unbalanced molecular attration is known as Surface tension.

- Collapse of bubbles.
- Mosquito floating on the surface of water .

The SI units of absolute viscosity is Nsec/(m)2.

Poise is also the unit of absolute viscosity Continue Reading »

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**Atmospheric Pressure:** It is the weigth of the air per unit surface area of earth and Denoted by P(atm).

Atmospheric pressure is inversely proportional Continue Reading »