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Propane ($C_3H_8$) is burned in an oxygen atmosphere with $10$% deficit oxygen with respect to the stoichiometric requirement. Assuming no hydrocarbons in the products, the volume percentage of $CO$ in the products is __________.
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A fluid (Prandtl number, $P_r=1$) at $500\:K$ flows over a flat plate of $1.5\:m$ length, maintained at $300\: K$. The velocity of the fluid is $10 \: m/s$. Assuming kinematic viscosity,$v=30\times 10^{-6}$ $m^2/s$, the thermal boundary layer thickness (in $mm$) at $0.5 \:m$ from the leading edge is __________
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Oil (kinematic viscosity, $v_{\text{oil}}=1.0\times 10^{-5} \:m^2/s$) flows through a pipe of $0.5$ $m$ diameter with a velocity of $10$ $m/s$. Water (kinematic viscosity, $v_w=0.89\times 10^{-6}\:m^2/s$) is flowing through a model pipe of diameter $20 \:mm$. For satisfying the dynamic similarity, the velocity of water (in $m/s$) is __________
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For a floating body, buoyant force acts at the centroid of the floating body center of gravity of the body centroid of the fluid vertically below the body centroid of the displaced fluid
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The instantaneous stream-wise velocity of a turbulent flow is given as follows: $u(x,y,z,t)=\overline{u}(x,y,z)+{u}'(x,y,z,t)$ The time-average of the fluctuating velocity ${u}'(x,y,z,t)$ is $\displaystyle{\frac{u'}{2}} \\$ $\displaystyle{\frac{-\overline{u}}{2}} \\$ $\text{zero}\\$ $\displaystyle{\frac{\overline{u}}{2}}$
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