Fluid pipe

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Fluid pipes are a phenomenon driven by surface tension. When a pure water jet impinges on a reservoir, capillary waves are excited and propagate up the jet at the same speed that the jet falls.

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  • A related thesis was written by Hancock, M.J. and Bush, and presented J.W.M., 2002. Fluid pipes, J. Fluid Mech., 466, 285-304.