(Solution Download) A viscous liquid is sheared between two parallel disks; the upper disk rotates and the lower one is.


A viscous liquid is sheared between two parallel disks; the upper disk rotates and the lower one is fixed. The velocity field between the disks is given by V = E0r(omega)zJh. (The origin of coordinates is located at the center of the lower disk; the upper disk is located at z = h.) What are the dimensions of this velocity field? Does this velocity field satisfy appropriate physical boundary conditions? What are they?

 







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