Reynolds Number Calculator based on Kinematic Viscosity

Reynolds number is used to analyse the flow characteristics, if it is laminar or turbulent. It is defined as the ratio of inertial to viscous forces. A flow with low Reynolds number is laminar and with high reynolds number is turbulent. Calculate the reynolds number based on the kinematic viscosity of the fluid, velocity and characteristic length.

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Reynolds number is used to analyse the flow characteristics, if it is laminar or turbulent. It is defined as the ratio of inertial to viscous forces. A flow with low Reynolds number is laminar and with high reynolds number is turbulent. Calculate the reynolds number based on the kinematic viscosity of the fluid, velocity and characteristic length.

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Formula:

Re = (V * l) / v Where, Re = Reynolds Number V = Velocity of Fluid l = characteristic Length v = Kinematic Viscosity of Fluid

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