Fluid Dynamics 3: Viscosity 
Fluid Dynamics 3: Viscosity
by UAlberta / Roger Moore
Video Lecture 11 of 29
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Date Added: February 14, 2015

Lecture Description

To conclude our discussion of fluid dynamics we introduce the concept of viscosity, starting with the definition of shear, or dynamic viscosity and its effects of fluid flow in a pipe. Viscous flow in the simplest possible situation, a long, straight circular pipe is discussed in terms of Poiseuille's law and the lecture concludes with a demonstration of this.

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Course Description

This video lecture series by Prof. Roger Moore from the University of Alberta includes both screencast lectures, as well as comprehensive laboratory experiments to explain a whole range of topics in fluid mechanics and wave motion. The lectures are all offered in HD quality.

Major topics include: elasticity, fluid statics, fluid dynamics, oscillations, and waves.

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