viscosity


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the physical property of being viscous

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Measurement of the dynamic viscosity of vegetable oils:
The viscosity does not change by a statistically significant amount at shear rates between 1.
Blood Viscosity Blood viscosity is determined by five primary factors: Hematocrit, erythrocyte deformability, plasma viscosity, erythrocyte aggregation, and temperature.
Therefore, the viscosity of a can sample is more likely to give useful, reliable information about sagging, leveling, and defect formation for coatings that are brushed or roll coated than those that are sprayed.
To prepare finite concentration suspensions for shear measurements, a known amount of fibrids was suspended in a commercial grade corn syrup having a viscosity of 3.
Those operating polymerisation reactions may manufacture to an intrinsic viscosity specification that meets the demands of the market.
This correlation proposes that for any specified oil, when only pressure is the variable, viscosity varies linearly with the pressure.
In all cases, viscosity decreases with increasing temperatures, but the decline may be more or less dramatic.
Because the larger but fewer specks are less likely to collide with each other, the fluid's viscosity drops.
According to a new study presented at the Experimental Biology Conference in April, OatVantage oat soluble fiber increases intestinal viscosity greater than any similarly tested commercial oat product, while also significantly reducing cholesterol.
Promass I is the World's first Coriolis flowmeter to offer direct inline viscosity measurement, eliminating process interruptions and the need for additional instrumentation such as DP cells.
Is there an easier, more reliable way to monitor the product viscosity and determine the end of the reaction other than the classical manual sampling and laboratory testing?
APPLICATION: The capillary-coriolis viscometer can reliably measure on-line the viscosity and density of kraft black liquors, including liquors with very high solids content.