By Milton Van Dyke
Over four hundred attractive black-and-white images, gathered from world wide, illustrate the nice variety of fluid movement. Flows starting from creeping to hypersonic speeds, in either the laboratory and Nature, are saw without delay, or made obvious utilizing smoke, ink, bubbles, debris, shadographs, schlieren, interferometry, and different thoughts. Succinct captions describe the basic gains of every stream.
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If the pressure gradient is increased by some constant factor A, the entire flow field is increased by the same factor; that is, the velocity at every point in the flow is multiplied by A. The shape (streamlines) of the flow does not change. Thus, an experiment done at one Reynolds number is valid for predicting all low Reynolds number behaviors of a system. • Time does not appear explicitly in the equation. Consequently, low Reynolds number flows are completely reversible (except for diffusion effects that are not included in the equation).
Assuming that the flow remains at a constant temperature (a reasonable assumption in a microscopic surface-dominated flow, provided no reacting species are present) or that the viscosity does not depend on temperature, still further simplification is possible. 38) Boundary Conditions The proper boundary condition between a flowing fluid and the solid that bounds it has been an issue of debate since the inception of modern fluid mechanics more than 150 years ago. Generally, the complete thermomechanical state of the fluid must be known at the boundary.
Gradually expanding the sampling volume will at times add a new molecule to the sampling volume and at other times merely increase the volume of the sampling volume. Hence, we would expect that, when the number of molecules in the sampling volume is small, the calculated density would vary rapidly, but as the volume becomes larger and larger, the calculated density would approach some relatively constant value. That value is called the point value in continuum fluid mechanics. If the size of the sampling volume is increased beyond that necessary to achieve a point value, spatial variations in the flow will begin to get averaged out.
Album of Fluid Motion by Milton Van Dyke