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Buckingham's pi Theorem by Potto Project

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Published on Sep 25, 2012

Describing the three methods, (Rayleigh, Building Blocks and Matrix) using Buckingham's pi theorem. It also explain why you should avoid Buckingham method and use Nusselt method instead.
This video is the second part of a series about Dimensional Analysis. In this video there is a description on the three systems used in Buckingham's methods: Rayleigh technique, the building blocks and matrix. Examples of a used wood from a tree and a flow in a horizontal pipe are presented.
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Watch the first part of the series here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7ACpK...

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