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Chapter 5, Problem 6CQ
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Two expressions were used for the drag force experienced by a moving object a liquid. One depended upon the speed, while the other was proportional to the square of the speed. In which types of motion would each of these expressions be more applicable than the other one?

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There are two expressions for drag force, in which type of fluid motion each of these expressions be more applicable than the other one?

Explanation of Solution

Drag force:

drag force is much similar to force of friction, it always oppose the motion of the object, and it acts on a body when body travels in a fluid (gas or liquid).

There are two expressions for the drag force-

  1. When an object is large, move with a high velocity, and travels in air or rarer medium than air, than the drag force is given by the formula
  2.   FD=12CρAv2

    Here,

      C is drag coefficient

      ρ is density of fluid

      A is surface area of the object

      v is the velocity of the objssssect

  3. When the object is small, moves slowly and travels in denser medium than air, the expression of drag force is given by stokes formula
  4.  &emsp

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