With reference to a standard Cartesian (x, y) plane, the parabolic velocity distribution profile of fully developed laminar flow in x-direction between two parallel, stationary and identical plates that are separated by distance, $\mathrm{h}$, is given by the expression $u=-\frac{h^{2}}{8 \mu} \frac{d p}{d x}\left[1-4\left(\frac{y}{h}\right)^{2}\right]$ In this equation, the $\mathrm{y}=0$ axis lies equidistant between the plates at a distance $\mathrm{h} / 2$ from the two plates, $\mathrm{p}$ is the pressure variable and $\mu$ is the dynamic viscosity term. The maximum and average velocities are, respectively

With reference to a standard Cartesian (x, y) plane, the parabolic velocity distribution profile of fully developed laminar flow in x-direction between two parallel, stationary and identical plates that are separated by distance, $\mathrm{h}$, is given by the expression $u=-\frac{h^{2}}{8 \mu} \frac{d p}{d x}\left[1-4\left(\frac{y}{h}\right)^{2}\right]$ In this equation, the $\mathrm{y}=0$ axis lies equidistant between the plates at a distance $\mathrm{h} / 2$ from the two plates, $\mathrm{p}$ is the pressure variable and $\mu$ is the dynamic viscosity term. The maximum and average velocities are, respectively