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# An incompressible Newtonian fluid flows steadily betweentwo infinitely long, concentric

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Problem 6.96

An incompressible Newtonian fluid flows steadily betweentwo infinitely long, concentric cylinders as shown in Fig. P6.96.The outer cylinder is fixed, but the inner cylinder moves with alongitudinal velocity V0 as shown. The pressure gradient in theaxial direction is p/. For what value of V0 will the drag on theinner cylinder be zero? Assume that the flow is laminar, axisymmetric,and fully developed.

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