This is the second webinar in our two-part series on fluids. You will learn about the different types of fluid flow, how to read graphs related to fluids, and how to apply the appropriate equations to different question types. You will also review important applications, including blood pressure and the circulatory system.
Fluids in Motion
At a glance
Know which equations to use in different situations and how to apply them
Be able to read graphs involving fluids
The 3 fluids-in-motion equations
The difference between laminar flow and turbulent flow
Pressure against the wall and blood pressure, depth (gauge pressure), and elevation (Bernoulli's equation).
On the MCAT
The MCAT likes to test the circulatory system in relation to fluids
Most fluids-in-motion questions will be conceptual, but write down the equations so that you can recognize relationships quickly
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