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Drag forces exerted upon a sphere in a rotating fluid
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29-7-2021 at 08:05
by: Falvin
Drag forces exerted upon a sphere in a rotating fluid
I've tried the experiment again with glycerol. After rotation, there was absolutely no change in the ...
27-7-2021 at 19:51
by: Falvin
Drag forces exerted upon a sphere in a rotating fluid
Yes, I'm assuming that both the plain water and the PEG solution behave as Newtonian fluids.

One ...
22-7-2021 at 19:09
by: Falvin
Drag forces exerted upon a sphere in a rotating fluid
On closer inspection, I think I found some problems with the calculations I proposed. Firstly, if us ...
22-7-2021 at 09:47
by: Falvin
Drag forces exerted upon a sphere in a rotating fluid
Each microsphere has a diameter of 15 micrometers with a standard deviation of 1.43 micrometers from ...
16-7-2021 at 06:09
by: Falvin
Drag forces exerted upon a sphere in a rotating fluid
I am currently working on finding the force with which some microscopic polystyrene beads would adhe ...
15-7-2021 at 20:06
by: Falvin
Structure-Activity Relationship of Chlormephos
According to the book "The Chemistry of Organophosphorus Pesticides" by Dr. Christa Fest and Karl-Ju ...
10-3-2021 at 20:00
by: Falvin

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