# Fluid Mechanics

## A Breakdown | Internal Flow Part I

January 20, 2022
What Is Internal Flow? Internal flow is the transport of fluids in pipes, ducts and conduits (flow sections). There are different flow regimes for the flow of fluids: laminar flow, transitional flow, and turbulent flow. Flow regimes mainly depend on the ratio of inertial

## Pressure Drop In Pipe Lines And Fittings | Part 2

April 22, 2021
Pressure Drop Caused By Valves and Fittings In part 1 the tutorial goes over pressure drop in pipelines. Just to recap pressure drop arises due to skin friction and forms friction. Non-separated boundary layers causes skin friction (the roughness of the pipe causing shear within the boundary layer of the fluid) whereas separated boundary layers
April 21, 2021

## Pressure Drop In Pipe Lines And Fittings | Part 1

Pressure plays a prominent role in driving and arresting the fluid flow
September 29, 2020

## A Breakdown | What Is A Rheometer?

What Is A Rheometer? A rheometer (figure 1) is commonly found laboratory

## Hydrostatic Forces Decoded: An Advanced Insight

Hydrostatics, the branch of fluid mechanics dealing with fluids at rest, has a fundamental place in engineering because it affects a vast
January 25, 2024

## The Fluidized Bed Dryer: A Versatile and Efficient Drying Solution

Key Takeaways – Fluidized bed dryer is a type of industrial dryer that uses the principle of fluidization to dry materials. –
August 2, 2023

## The Versatility and Efficiency of Vibrating Fluid Bed Dryers

Key Takeaways A vibrating fluid bed dryer is a versatile and efficient industrial drying system that uses vibrations to fluidize and dry
July 21, 2023

## A Breakdown | Heat Transfer Mechanism

What is Heat Transfer? Energy can exist in numerous forms; The sum of these energy is the total energy and the sum
April 20, 2021

## A Brief Introduction To Fluid Flow Within Pipes

Flow Rates Flow rate is the volume of fluid that flows through a pipe or other enclosed region each second. Suppose we
October 11, 2020

## What Is Surface Tension A Measure Of?

What is Surface Tension? Surface tension arises from cohesive forces between the liquid molecules. In the bulk, molecules are interacting equally with
August 31, 2020