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fluids motions and forces -- the analytic way

fluid motions and forces -- the experimental way


THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOTION AND FORCES


Determined by Newtonian Mechanics:

For any given system, the integration of external forces over time equals to the systemic increase of momentum.

A system that does not sustain external forces experiences a conservation of momentum.


Applying mechanicsl theory is generally too cumbersome for the practicality of chemical engineering practice, and thus in parallel to the analytic approach, one uses the experimental way.














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