Weber number 1
Weber number 1[′vā·bər ¦nəm·bər ′wən]
A dimensionless number used in the study of surface tension waves and bubble formation, equal to the product of the square of the velocity of the wave or the fluid velocity, the density of the fluid, and a characteristic length, divided by the surface tension. Symbolized NWe 1, We.
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