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BME 111 Quiz 12 Questions: Fluid I 1) Fluids do not have the property of -color -stiffness -viscosity -density 2) Reynold's number -at a value of approximately 2000 causes a transition to turbulent flow -at lower values the viscosity value dominates -at higher values favors turbulence -All of the above -A and C 3) Different gases have different solubilities in liquids such as water. Increasing the pressure on the gas -increases the total amount of gas in water -increases the rate of gas dissolving in a liquid -increases the Boyle number -increases the concentration of oxygen in air 4) Viscosity -is resistance to deformation under shear stress -is resistance to deformation under tensile stress -is a measure of the resistance to fluid flow -is a measure of a fluid's ability to be compressed -All of the above -A and C 5) The internal cohesion of liquids -maximizes surface area -minimizes the amount of gas that can dissolve in a liquid -is useful in pulling liquids up plant stems -All of the above -A and C 6) viscosity -is proportional to the amount of deformation in the fluid -is proportional to the force over the area -Has units of Pa s -All of the above -B and C 7) A turbulent wake
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