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(ren&#x2019; &#x2202;ldz) The ratio of inertial force to viscous force for viscous fluid flow. In the bubble effect, ''R''=2''ua''&#x03C1;/&#x03BC;, where ''u''=radial water velocity, ''a''=bubble radius, &#x03C1;=water density, and &#x03BC;=water viscosity. Named for Osborne Reynolds (1842&#x2013;1912), British physicist/engineer. See Fowler (1990, 251).
 
(ren&#x2019; &#x2202;ldz) The ratio of inertial force to viscous force for viscous fluid flow. In the bubble effect, ''R''=2''ua''&#x03C1;/&#x03BC;, where ''u''=radial water velocity, ''a''=bubble radius, &#x03C1;=water density, and &#x03BC;=water viscosity. Named for Osborne Reynolds (1842&#x2013;1912), British physicist/engineer. See Fowler (1990, 251).
 
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(ren’ ∂ldz) The ratio of inertial force to viscous force for viscous fluid flow. In the bubble effect, R=2uaρ/μ, where u=radial water velocity, a=bubble radius, ρ=water density, and μ=water viscosity. Named for Osborne Reynolds (1842–1912), British physicist/engineer. See Fowler (1990, 251).