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It is found experimentally that the terminal settling velocity uo of a spherical particle in a fluid is a function of the following quantities: particle diameter, d; buoyant weight of particle (weight of particle  weight of displaced fluid), W; fluid density, Ï, and fluid viscosity, Âµ. Obtain a relationship for uo using dimensional analysis
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