FLUID MECHANICS

Water at temperature of 15°C flows through a pipe of diameter D = 2 cm and into a
glass. Determine
i. The minimum time taken to fill in a 0.5 L glass full with water if the flow in
the pipe is to be laminar.
ii. The maximum time taken to fill the glass if the flow is to be turbulent.

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