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FLOW THROUGH SMALL HOLES Nalini Mukherjee, Muttalip Temiz
Marble Race! Which one will win? A or B?
Marble Race! Why did B win?
Marble Race! Why did B win? VISCOSITY Buoyancy Gravity Viscosity
Fluid without viscosity Fluid with viscosity
Blockage in Fluid Flow How do fluid molecules move?
Blockage in Fluid Flow How do fluid molecules move? They move just like humans…
Blockage and Viscosity
Fluid without viscosity Fluid with viscosity
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Daily Applications Now; Classrooms, Recording studios, Libraries, Concert Halls, Car mufflers,. Etc.
Daily Applications Now; Classrooms, Recording studios, Libraries, Concert Halls, Car mufflers,. Etc. Soon; Domestic Boilers, Industrial Burners, Plane Engines,. Etc.
Why do we study this? We want to be in control.
Why do we want to be in control? We are fragile. Control is the key for survival.
Examples for daily life control Air conditioning Dams Fuel Consumption Etc.
Control You control the air You control the sound You control (reduce) the NOISE
Science = Understanding The more we understand the nature, the more we understand ourselves.
Science = Understanding The more we understand the nature, the more we understand ourselves. Because we are also a part of the nature
THANK YOU! Nalini Mukherjee, Muttalip Temiz
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