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[Laminar Flow and the Momentum Equation 57 auation in diferent coordinates systems a» a a a B+ Felon tom + Sto “ Cylinarical coordinates (8,2) a ta Le a + Zion + | 2 tom + 2400, H ae aH 7 ag lOO) el ‘ Spherical coordinates 0.6) ia 2 1a + SUM ag alsin + a Sey) =O © “Tables 2.1.2.7 are from R. B. Bind, W. E.Stewar, and E.N. Lightfoot, Transport Phenomena Wily, New York, 1960, pages 83-91. Reprinted by permission [Laminar Flow and the Momentum Equation 59 ‘Table 2.3 The momentum equation i linia coordinates Sa erms of potent BM o rcamponentt of 0 4 a trier “ teampren offen (: reas 6 scamponent +e «9 20| Le ~(tdimas 2 © Intermsolvociy grade fora Newtonian Ha with constant p and reoopnen’ ffi o Me tH, ape), 1. ey tee 2a . Fe _ pals) aie Si] + © “The term pu rs the cemtrifgal force. I gives the effective force inthe rection resulting from fh motion inthe Biection This term ates automaticaly on transformation from rectangular 10 ‘lida coordinates; does ot have to be added on physical grounds “Table 246 Components ofthe sess tensor in clinical coordinates (8. 2) a 6 © o « 1d Be,