This lesson covers the transport phenomena of non-Newtonian fluids, focusing on the temperature distribution in fluids confined between coaxial cylinders. It discusses the impact of the confinement gap size on the velocity profile and temperature distribution. The lesson explains how the curvature effect can be neglected when the cylinders are very close, resulting in a linear velocity profile. However, when the gap is moderate, the velocity profile becomes non-linear, and the temperature distribution changes significantly. The lesson also provides a detailed walkthrough of the mathematical calculations involved in determining the velocity profile and temperature distribution.

The size of the confinement gap between coaxial cylinders significantly impacts the velocity profile and temperature distribution of non-Newtonian fluids.

When the gap is very small, the curvature effect can be neglected, resulting in a linear velocity profile.

When the gap is moderate, the velocity profile becomes non-linear, and the temperature distribution changes significantly.

The mathematical calculations involved in determining the velocity profile and temperature distribution are complex and require a thorough understanding of the transport phenomena of non-Newtonian fluids.

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