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QUESTION 4.
Question 4.1
Consider two fluids, one with a large coefficient of volume expansion and the other
with a small one with the same viscosity. Explain in which fluid will a hot surface
initiate stronger natural convection currents?
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QUESTION 4. Question 4.1 Consider two fluids, one with a large coefficient of volume expansion and the other with a small one with the same viscosity. Explain in which fluid will a hot surface initiate stronger natural convection currents?