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Consider fluid flow between two infinite horizontal plates which are parallel (the gap between them being $50 \: mm$). The top plate is sliding parallel to the stationary bottom plate at a speed of $3\: m/s$. The flow between the plates is solely due to the motion of the top plate. The force per unit area (magnitude) required to maintain the bottom plate stationary is _________ $N/m^2$.
Viscosity of the fluid $μ = 0.44 \:kg/m-s$ and density $\rho = 888 \: kg/m^3$.
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