Commit 1833b09c authored by Olivier's avatar Olivier

Exercises 7: be more precise in Q 7.1.3

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\begin{enumerate}
\item What is the shear force exerted on the plate for each of the two configurations shown in \cref{fig_plate_shear_calculations}, when the fluid is air of viscosity $\mu_\text{air} = \SI{1,5e-5}{\pascal\second}$?
\item What is the shear force exerted on the top surface of the plate for each of the two configurations shown in \cref{fig_plate_shear_calculations}, when the fluid is air of viscosity $\mu_\text{air} = \SI{1,5e-5}{\pascal\second}$?
\item What are the shear forces when the fluid is water of viscosity $\mu_\text{water} = \SI{1e-3}{\pascal\second}$?
\item \textit{[difficult question]} How would these shear efforts evolve if the plate was tilted with an angle of \SI{20}{\degree} relative to the flow?
\end{enumerate}
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