No. Date "Reynold Number and Equation of Continuity" Reynold's Number Deynold number Is pure Number His equal to the tatio of the Inertial poice per Units area tothe Viscous force per Unit area For a Flowing Fluid. Reynold Number, k = Inertial Force Where Vc=Citical Velouty. Force of Viscocity = Vept n For pare Water in Cylindrical pipe k Is about 1000 when O3000, the flow of liquid istarbutent. Equation OF Continuity IF a (iquid Is Flowing stream line Flow In a pipe OF non unlform Cross sectional area. then rate of Flow of liquid across any Cross - Section Remains Constant.
No. Date I.e a.v : arve qv= Constant or a oc T V. 1 V a. The Velocity of Velocity of liquid Is Slower where area of Cross Section 15 larger and faster where area OF Cross - Section is Smaller P a VI G Va al. 92.