Application of Hypothesis of Replacement at the Analysis of a Slow Flow of a Body by a Viscous Fluid

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Abstract

On the basis of hypothesis of replacement and the vector formula of Newton’s law for a viscous fluid the way of a finding of resistance a slow flow by an incompressible fluid of bodies of the various form is represented. Application of an offered way to calculation of a flow of various bodies is shown: a sphere, a cylinder, a oblong ellipsoid, a flat plate. Comparison with results of other authors is given.

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A. Volobuev and E. Petrov, "Application of Hypothesis of Replacement at the Analysis of a Slow Flow of a Body by a Viscous Fluid," Engineering, Vol. 3 No. 6, 2011, pp. 632-638. doi: 10.4236/eng.2011.36075.

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