Students will be able to
- understand that a flowing fluid can be modeled as consisting of individual streams/layers in which the fluid may flow at different speeds,
- understand that a viscous fluid is one where streams/layers with different speeds that are in contact exert forces on each other that act to divert the flow direction,
- understand that smoother flow corresponds to flow direction and speed remaining more constant over a flow region,
- understand that more turbulent flow corresponds to flow direction and speed changing over a flow region more than it would for a smoother flow,
- interpret the flow of a fluid in diagrams of lines depicting the direction and speed of streams/layers of the fluid.