The Research of the Flow of Bodies with Use of the Vector Form of the Newton’s Law for the Viscous Liquid

Abstract

On the basis of the vector formula of the Newton’s law for a viscous liquid and the integrated vector form of the equation of an impulse for a viscous liquid for resistance and carrying power of a profile of any form and the big length dependences are found in a stream. Application of the found dependences at a circulating flow of the cylinder located across a stream is showed. The analysis of a tensor of viscosity for laminar and turbulent flow is carried out.

On the basis of the vector formula of the Newton’s law for a viscous liquid and the integrated vector form of the equation of an impulse for a viscous liquid for resistance and carrying power of a profile of any form and the big length dependences are found in a stream. Application of the found dependences at a circulating flow of the cylinder located across a stream is showed. The analysis of a tensor of viscosity for laminar and turbulent flow is carried out.

Keywords

Newton’s Law for Viscosity, A Body Flow, Circulation of Speed, Resistance Factor, A Viscosity Tensor

Newton’s Law for Viscosity, A Body Flow, Circulation of Speed, Resistance Factor, A Viscosity Tensor

Cite this paper

A. Volobuev and E. Petrov, "The Research of the Flow of Bodies with Use of the Vector Form of the Newton’s Law for the Viscous Liquid,"*Engineering*, Vol. 3 No. 2, 2011, pp. 162-167. doi: 10.4236/eng.2011.32019.

A. Volobuev and E. Petrov, "The Research of the Flow of Bodies with Use of the Vector Form of the Newton’s Law for the Viscous Liquid,"

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