# You are probably familiar with Ohms law for electric circuits (Fig. P712), where E is the voltage difference or potential

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You are probably familiar with Ohm’s law for electric circuits (Fig. P7–12), where ΔE is the voltage difference or potential across the resistor, I is the electric current passing through the resistor, and R is the electrical resistance. What are the primary dimensions of electrical resistance?

**FIGURE P7–12**

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## Fluid Mechanics Fundamentals And Applications

**ISBN:** 9780073380322

3rd Edition

**Authors:** Yunus Cengel, John Cimbala

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**7**- DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND MODELINGSection: Problems

Problem: 12

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