Determining fluid flow through pipes and tubes has great relevance in many areas of engineering and science. In mechanical and…

Determining fluid flow through pipes and tubes has great relevance in many areas of engineering and science. In mechanical and aerospace engineering, typical applications include the flow of liquids and gases through cooling systems. The resistance to flow in such conduits is parameterized by a dimensionless number called the friction factor. For turbulent flow, the Colebrook equation provides a means to calculate the friction factor:

0 = (1 / √

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