What is Reynolds Number?
Have you ever looked at a flow in nature and wondered why it flows smoothly? The answer lies in the magnitude of different forces in the flow, represented by the Reynolds number — a critical dimensionless parameter used in fluid mechanics to predict the behavior of fluids. To understand the Reynolds number and its importance, it's necessary to understand what it is and how to calculate it.
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Amplify the Power of Simulation
Check out the new issue of Ansys Advantage magazine to see how simulation makes it easier to connect the digital thread and meet today's complex engineering challenges.