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# (a) Show that for Poiseuille flow in a tube of radius R themagnitude of the wall

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Problem 6.90

(a) Show that for Poiseuille flow in a tube of radius R themagnitude of the wall shearing stress, rz, can be obtained from therelationship(rz)wall = 4QR3for a Newtonian fluid of viscosity . The volume rate of flow is Q.(b) Determine the magnitude of the wall shearing stress for a fluidhaving a viscosity of 0.004 N s/m2 flowing with an average velocityof 130 mm/s in a 2-mm-diameter tube.

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