Euler number 1

Euler number 1

[′ȯi·lər ‚nəm·bər ′wən]
(fluid mechanics)
A dimensionless number used in the study of fluid friction in conduits, equal to the pressure drop due to friction divided by the product of the fluid density and the square of the fluid velocity.
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pixel size = 9.88 [micro]m fiber chip granule mean gray value 264 48.47 410 volume [px] 823 2968 1023 volume [[micro][m.sup.3]] 793726 2862429 986612 Euler number 1 1 1 shape factor [f.sub.1] 0.48 0.56 0.86 shape factor [f.sub.2] 0.19 0.33 0.73 shape factor [f.sub.3] 0.44 0.69 0.89 length [[micro]m] 341.18 393.81 149.05 width [[micro]m] 86.44 160.56 132.93 thickness [[micro]m] 49.14 74.44 91.45 elongation [[micro]m] 340.86 398.56 166.38 elongation index 26.12 11.58 2.44 inner diameter [[micro]m] 4.47 7.21 9.17 convexity factor 0.91 0.95 0.97