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The path in a liquid where the layers do not intersect is _________

Option: 1

laminar flow

Option: 2

tubular flow

Option: 3


Option: 4

straight path

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Laminar flow is the sort of flow in liquids in which each route flows in a distinct way and does not interact with each other. The constant velocity of a fluid at any location in the fluid is a property of laminar flow.

The channel in a liquid when layers do not intersect is referred to as "laminar flow." Each layer of fluid flows in a unique direction and does not interact with neighboring layers in laminar flow. 

This flow is distinguished by smooth and continuous motion, with the fluid traveling in parallel layers with little to no mixing between them.

Laminar flow occurs at low speeds and has a low Reynolds number, indicating a low ratio of inertial forces to viscous forces. 

It is the inverse of turbulent flow, in which the fluid motion is uneven and chaotic, with layer mixing.

Viscosity is the resistance of a fluid to flow, which influences the type of flow (laminar or turbulent) that occurs in a liquid. The word "straight route" is not typically used to describe fluid movement.

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