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Experimental verification of the fluid flow instability criterion when pressure inside a fluid is defined assuming a molecule to possess an energy field

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The expression for the critical Reynolds number R c derived by Misra [Phys. Essays 25, 532 (2012)] is compared with experimental data. It is found that the ratio R c / ( ν / α ) is approximately constant ∼0.21 with a range, 0.16‐0.26 for gases, and varies between 2 and 5 for liquids. Here, ν is the kinematic viscosity and α = / 2 m 0 , where and m 0 are, respectively, the reduced Planck’s constant and the mass of an individual molecule of the fluid. The large difference between the gas and liquid values for R c / ( ν / α ) is explained by the difference between the molecular separation lengths between gases and liquids.
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Keywords: Fluid Flow Instability; Pressure Inside a Fluid; Reynolds Number; Turbulence

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 06 September 2015

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