CAPILLARY FLOW

# CAPILLARY FLOW - Perry Concentration 22°C 50°C 70°C 20...

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CAPILLARY FLOW By using the formula; μ = A ρ w ∆t avg viscosity is is found.Parameter A should be known so , by using a fluid with known viscosity A is calculated. For pure water Perry 22°C 50°C 70°C tav 5,19 4,14 3,66 ρ(kg/m3 ) 997,77 988,037 977,771 μ (cP) 0,957 0,545 0,406 A 1,848*10-4 1,342*10-4 1,134*10-4 Densities of glycerol at given temperatures and concentrations;

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Unformatted text preview: Perry % Concentration 22°C 50°C 70°C 20 1,04624 1,0367 1,0299 40 1,09842 1,08565 1,07655 60 1,1527 1,1373 1,1263 For 20 % glycerol ; At 22 °C μ = A ρ w ∆t avg = 1,848 * 10-4 * 1,04624 * 7,57 = 0,00146 At 50 °C μ = 1,342 * 10-4 * 1,0367 * 5,13 = 7,137 * 10-4 At 70 °C μ= 1,134 * 10-4 * 1,0299 * 4,44 = 5,185 * 10-4...
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## This note was uploaded on 05/01/2011 for the course CHE che 320 taught by Professor Ahmetarslan during the Spring '11 term at Middle East Technical University.

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CAPILLARY FLOW - Perry Concentration 22°C 50°C 70°C 20...

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