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A mixing basin in a sewage filtration plant is stirred by amechanical agitator with a

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Problem 7.7

A mixing basin in a sewage filtration plant is stirred by amechanical agitator with a power input W F L/T. Other parametersdescribing the performance of the mixing process are thefluid absolute viscosity F T/L2, the basin volume V L3,and the velocity gradient G 1/T. Determine the form of thedimensionless relationship.

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Author: Philip M. Gerhart, Andrew L. Gerhart, John I. Hochstein
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