What is a streamline flow?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 31st Jul, 2014, 01:58: PM
When a liquid flows such that each particle of the liquid passing a given point moves along the same path and has the same velocity as its predecessor, the flow is called streamline flow or steady flow. That is, at any given point the velocity of each passing fluid particle remains constant in time.
Answered by | 31st Jul, 2014, 03:58: PM
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