The viscous force between the layers of liquid is same, then why there is variation in the velocities of its layers?
I have learned in my textbook that when the liquid flows the bottom layer of the liquid never moves because of friction, but the upper layers move with increasing velocities how it is possible if the ...
I'm trying to develop a very basic scaling law/unit analysis for viscous droplet formation, and I'd like to get some rough numerical values of the Reynolds number to play with. To be specific, I'm ...
I am taking part of a theoretical research about viscoelastic material, in particular related to the Kelvin-Voigt model. For some numerical simulation we need the values of the Lamé elastic and ...