Fluids in Motion

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Have you ever gone canoeing or rafting down a river? If so, you may have noticed that part of the river flowed smoothly, allowing you to float calmly or to simply paddle along. At other places in the river, there may have been rocks or dramatic bends that created foamy whitewater rapids.

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the movieequation. Recognize the effects of Bernoullis principle on fluid motion. Laminar flow Turbulent flowFluids in MotionFLUID FLOWHave you ever gone canoeing or rafting down a river? If so, you may have noticed that part of the river flowed smoothly, allowing you to float calmly or to simply paddle along. At other places in the river, there may have been rocks or dramatic bends that created foamy whitewater rapids. When a fluid, such as river water, is in motion, the flow can be character- ized in one of two ways. The flow is said to be laminar if every particle that pa

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