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The study deals with the application of Bradford’s law of scattering on Fluid Mechanics subject. It is found that verbal formulation 1: n: n2 has not fit with the data on Fluid Mechanics. As Leimkuher model applied for verification of Bradford’s law and it fits with 2:57:1462 geometric series with 0.005% of error. Other Scientometrics indicators such as DCI, ICI, author’s ranking, the ranking of most preferred journals, author’s impacts are used for the qualitative and quantitative analysis of research output in Fluid Mechanics subject. The study found that major 13 highly contributed countries have international collaboration trends. ‘Tenduyar, T.E. is the most productive author, and ‘Chemical Engineering Science’ is the highest preferred journal in the field of Fluid Mechanics.



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