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Lecture 8

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  • 1. Fluid Mechanics II Lecture 8 Muhammad Usman
  • 2. Example 5• Air at standard conditions flows past a flat plate as is indicated in figure. In case (a) the plate is parallel to the upstream flow and in case (b) it is perpendicular to the upstream flow. If the pressure and shear stress distributions on the surface are as indicated (obtained either by experiment or theory), determine the lift and drag on the plate.
  • 3. Prandtl/Blausis Derivation
  • 4. Kinematic Viscosity• The ratio of dynamic viscosity to density is called kinematic viscosity.

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