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Chemical EngineeringQ&A Libraryl Verizon 92% 11:26 PM Done Reynolds number a dimensionless number. It is defined as, Re = Where, p density, V velocity, D length, u 1- Using the dimensions of density, velocity, length and the fact that Reynolds number is dimensionless, show that the dimension of viscosity is ML1S-1. 2- If p 62.37 lbm/ft', D= 1.0 inch, and V = 2.0 ft/s, find value of the viscosity in following units: lbm/ft.h , slug/ft.h, kg/m.s viscosity XQuestion

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