Classical Mechanics
# Dimensional Analysis

$\rho$ and viscosity $\mu$ flows through a pipe with diameter $d.$ In a section of the pipe with length $L,$ the liquid flows with a speed of $v.$ Using the Buckingham $\pi$ theorem, determine the pressure difference $\Delta P = P_1 - P_2$ in terms of the fluid properties $d, L, \rho, \mu$ and $v .$

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$T.$ The radius of the hole is $r,$ the initial height of the sand is $H,$ and the density of the sand is $\rho.$ Using the Buckingham $\pi$ theorem, determine $T$ in terms of the properties $r, H, \rho,$ and the gravitational constant $G .$

The sand timer in the above figure has a due time of$\rho$ flows through a pipe with diameter $d.$ In a section of the pipe with length $L,$ the liquid flows with a speed of $v_1$ at the center and $v_2$ at the edge of the flow. The pressures are $P_1$ at the center and $P_2$ at the edge. Using the Buckingham $\pi$ theorem, express the viscosity $\mu$ of the fluid in terms of the liquid properties $d, L, \rho, \Delta v = v_1 - v_2$ and $\Delta P = P_1- P_2 .$

As shown in the above figure, a liquid with density×

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