Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics B Questions and Answers  


This is not the best way of doing it because it will measure much less than the jet height. The Q&A is finished for this term: the exam is in less than 24 hours. Good luck!




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They have to be submitted in class on the due date, not on the D2L.






You should keep the gravitational effects within the $y$ momentum equation.




In this case, I would not worry about scale velocities in $x$ and $y$ direction. This will make things more complicated then they need to be. You should rather start this by providing an order of magnitude estimate of the largest viscous terms (in any dimension) close and far from the sphere. So, the direction in which they point is not important here. Then, compare these approximate viscous terms to an approximation of the convection terms. Hint: focus on the length scales.



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