Momentum_Transport_in_Fluids

Momentum_Transport_in_Fluids - Momentum Transport in Fluids...

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Momentum Transport in Fluids (created by Bob Roselli; edited by DWG, May 20 th , 2005) 1. Fluid Fundamentals 1.1. Definition of a Fluid 1.1.1. Gases 1.1.2. Liquids 1.2. Fluid Thermodynamic Properties 1.2.1. Density 1.2.2. Pressure 1.2.3. Temperature 1.2.4. Osmotic Pressure 1.2.4.1. isotonic 1.2.4.2. hypotonic 1.2.4.3. hypertonic 1.2.4.4. Protein Oncotic Pressure 1.3. Relationship Between Properties 1.3.1. Ideal Gas 1.3.2. Non-ideal Gas 1.3.3. Liquids 1.4. Body Fluids 1.4.1. Intracellular 1.4.2. Extracellular 1.4.2.1. Interstitial Fluid 1.4.2.2. Plasma 1.4.2.3. Blood 1.4.2.4. Mucus 1.4.2.5. Air 1.4.2.6. Urine 2. Hydrostatics 2.1. Static Forces 2.1.1. Weight 2.1.2. Pressure Force 2.1.3. Osmotic Pressure Force 2.1.4. Buoyancy Force 2.1.5. Surface Tension Force 2.1.6. Electrical and Magnetic Forces 2.2. Newton's First Law of Mechanics 2.2.1. Manometer 2.2.1.1. Sphygmomanometer 2.2.2. Critical Drop Size 2.2.3. Capillary Hydrostatics 2.2.4. Law of Laplace 3. Fluid Kinematics 3.1. Velocity and Momentum
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3.2. Mass Flux and Momentum Flux 3.3. Mass Flowrate 3.4. Volumetric Flowrate 3.5. Acceleration and Substantial Derivative 3.6. Streamlines, Pathlines and Steaklines 3.7. Eddies 3.8. Flow Separation 4. Microscopic Constitutive Relationships 4.1. Stresses 4.1.1. Normal stresses 4.1.2. Shear stresses 4.1.3. Sign Convention 4.1.4. Subscript Convention 4.2. Newtonian fluid 4.2.1. Viscosity 4.2.2. Newtonian Biological Fluids 4.3. Non-Newtonian 4.3.1. Power-Law Fluids 4.3.2. Bingham Fluids 4.3.3. Non-Newtonian Biological Fluids 4.3.3.1. Mucus 4.3.3.2. Blood Rheology 4.3.3.2.1. Relative Viscosity 4.3.3.2.2. Apparent Viscosity 4.3.3.2.2.1. Hematocrit Dependence 4.3.3.2.2.2. Shear rate Dependence 4.3.3.2.2.3. Yield Stress 4.3.3.2.2.3.1. Casson Constitutive Relation 4.3.3.2.2.4. Dependence on Tube Diameter 4.3.4. Viscoelastic Fluids 4.3.5. Porous media 4.3.5.1. Darcy's Law 4.3.6.
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