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While researching fluid dynamics, you come across a reference to the dimensionless number called the capillary number, given by the equation below. Ca=\frac{\mu v}{\gamma }, where mu = fluid viscosity [=] g/m s and v = velocity [=] ft/s what is gamma?

 

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