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If the same bead of water were placed on an unwaxed hood, it would spread over the surface as a thin ﬁlm. Of interest is an explanation of the factors that inﬂuence the interactions between ﬂuids and of ﬂuids with surfaces. The explanation of ﬂuid-solid interactions lies in the molecular structure of the ﬂuid comprising the drop and the way that structure relates to the molecules at the surface of the solid. In general, water molecules attract one another. At the boundary of the drop, however, the attractive forces of molecules within the drop are not balanced by the attractive forces of molecules outside the drop.
38) C wns where each of the unit vectors is normal to the common line C, tangent to its corresponding interface, and points outward from the interface at the common line. In addition to these forces, the mechanical behavior of the solid and its surface roughness exert an attractive force on the common line with magnitude fs normal to the smooth representation of the surface in the direction pointing into the solid. This force is −fsns. Finally, the common line has its own tension that acts along its axis, much like a rubber band or a spring.
The water in the beaker. 0 mm tube. This experiment demonstrates that the rise in the water level is roughly linearly inversely proportional to the radius of the tube. Also, at a horizontal observation level below the surface of the water in the beaker, the pressure in the water will be constant. Therefore if a mathematical plane is located such that it intersects a capillary tube, the water pressure in the tube at that position should be equal to the water pressure on the outside of the tube. From this observation, the pressure of the water in the capillary tube at elevations above the water surface in the beaker can be calculated.
2500 Solved Problems in Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics (Schaum's Solved Problems Series) by Jack B. Evett, Cheng Liu