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    Can someone describe these two types of flow in easy terminology. Thanks

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    Re: Laminar & turbulant flow

    Is this guy using us to do his homework or something????
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    • #3
      Re: Laminar & turbulant flow

      I think you are right, he is a ME wanna be/student.

      Can someone describe these two types of flow in easy terminology.
      Yeah, stay awake in class.
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        Re: Laminar & turbulant flow

        Sure, piece of cake. Laminar is not turbulent and turbulent is not laminar, though laminar may become turbulent and turbulent may become laminar. Does that help?
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          Re: Laminar & turbulant flow

          Originally posted by NHMaster3015 View Post
          Sure, piece of cake. Laminar is not turbulent and turbulent is not laminar, though laminar may become turbulent and turbulent may become laminar. Does that help?
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            Re: Laminar & turbulant flow

            Originally posted by Hassanakhlaq View Post
            Can someone describe these two types of flow in easy terminology. Thanks
            Stop being lazy, see all of our oil money is getting you nowhere.... Get into your books and study...

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            • #7
              Re: Laminar & turbulant flow

              Originally posted by Hassanakhlaq View Post
              Can someone describe these two types of flow in easy terminology. Thanks
              In "easy terminology-speak"... Look at a cigarette sitting on the edge of a table. If the air is not disturbed, the smoke will rise smoothly upwards and then break up and tumble. The smooth part is laminar flow and the tumbling is turbulent flow...

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