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The Coanda Effect

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Uploaded on Jun 17, 2007

A simple experiment using (i) running water from a tap, and (ii) air blown through a straw, as it flows over the back of a vertically hanging plastic teaspoon are used to demonstrate the Coanda effect. Here the attachment of the back of the teaspoon to the flowing stream of fluid (air or water in this case) is what is referred to as the Coanda effect.

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