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## What is the viscous dissipation?

The irreversible process by means of which the work done by a fluid on adjacent layers due to the action of shear forces is transformed into heat is defined as viscous dissipation.

**How do you find viscous dissipation?**

DEDt = 1ρ[−Ps˙εii + Φ + ∂∂xi(κ∂T∂xi)].

### What is viscous friction?

Viscous friction. The resistive force between surfaces in relative motion through a fluid (liquids & gases). Air resistance or aerodynamic drag is a type of viscous friction.

**What is the relationship between friction and viscosity?**

The main difference between friction and viscosity is that friction is used to refer to forces that resist relative motion, in general, whereas viscosity refers specifically to resistive forces that occur between layers of a fluid when fluids attempt to flow.

## What is formula of viscous force?

Viscous force is the force of friction between two layers of a fluid(liquid/gas)….. Viscous force = shearing stress/velocity gradient. Viscous force =f/a/dv/dz.

**What is viscous force or viscosity?**

A measure of a fluid’s resistance to flow. Viscous forces in a fluid are proportional to the rate at which the fluid velocity is changing in space; the proportionality constant is the viscosity.

### Does Navier-Stokes assume incompressible flow?

Incompressible flow. The incompressible momentum Navier–Stokes equation results from the following assumptions on the Cauchy stress tensor: the stress is Galilean invariant: it does not depend directly on the flow velocity, but only on spatial derivatives of the flow velocity.

**What is P in Navier-Stokes equation?**

The Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) formulation is as follows: Here, U and P are the time-averaged velocity and pressure, respectively. The term μT represents the turbulent viscosity, i.e., the effects of the small-scale time-dependent velocity fluctuations that are not solved for by the RANS equations.

## What is Coulomb and viscous friction?

The Coulomb and Viscous Friction block models Coulomb (static) and viscous (dynamic) friction. The block models a discontinuity at zero and a linear gain otherwise.