Fluid Coiling Effect

Fluid Coiling Effect

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Credit: Ted Kinsman/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: High viscosity corn syrup is poured out of a 6 mm hole. These types of liquids will naturally start to coil when they hit a surface. This rope coil effect is often seen when pouring syrup on food. This image was taken with a high speed flash at 1/40,000th of a second at a magnification of 2x.

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Keywords: coil, coil effect, coiling, coils, corn syrup, dynamics, effect, experiment, flow, flowing, fluid, fluids, high speed, high viscosity, high-speed, liquid, liquids, physics, pour, pouring, rope, rope coil, rope coil effect, syrup, viscosity

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