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Fully developed flow (stabilized flow)

Flow in a pipe at such a distance from the entrance that the velocity field is essentially independent of the nature of the velocity distribution at the entrance.
Comment. When the physical properties of the fluid in developed flow are constant, the cross-sectional velocity distribution does not change over the length of the pipe


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