Fluids can move two ways, by aerodynamics and hydrodynamics. Aerodynamics refers to gas moving around solid objects. Hydrodynamics refers to liquids moving around solid objects. Example water moving in a turbine.
Fluids are substances that flow. Liquids flow, gases flow, and ionized gases (plasmas) flow. Thus, they are all fluids.
Fluids have the ability to flow. Fluids are Liquids and Gasses.
A fluid is any substance that can flow. Since liquids and both flow, they are fluids.
Viscosity is a measure of a fluids ability to flow.
Fluids are substances that have the tendency to flow. Gases and liquids are both fluids because they both flow.
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Second grade fluids are fluids that flow through a parallel plate. The fluids go through the parallel plate horizontal.
A fluid's resistance to flow is called its viscosity.
Because the solid can be made to flow, or move so it is called as fluids
Fluids flow under an action of a force.Fluids lack the ability to resist deformation.Fluids change shape as long as a force acts.
Liquids and gases can form, but in other words, fluids can flow.
Yes, that's what "fluid" means - that the substance in question can flow.
because they can flow
Because they can flow.
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Fluids and gases flow because their particles have lots of energy. they have space in between each other and they have potential energy which makes the move around.
liquids and gases (apex)
because they move with a flow. liquid flow down the ground, gases flow in currents
yes you would think so because fluid are liquids and gases . So all fluids should be able to flow because it isn't solid
Fluids flow from areas of high pressure to areas of low pressure.
This is a multi-faceted question. In biological terms, fluids flow across selectively permeable membranes due to concentration gradients. The fluid will flow to the side witht he greater solute concentration (or osmolarity).