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Noun1.Sir Isaac Newton - English mathematician and physicistSir Isaac Newton - English mathematician and physicist; remembered for developing the calculus and for his law of gravitation and his three laws of motion (1642-1727)
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In their fluid, or molten state, plastics do not follow normal Newtonian flow behavior and are referred to as pseudo-plastic non-Newtonian.
TEGO Dispers 1010 allows for the production of low-viscosity inkjet inks with Newtonian flow characteristics.
Screw pumping characteristics have been first analytically modeled by Doboczky [8] and Janssen [9] for a Newtonian flow in thick flighted elements of an intermeshing counter-rotating twin-screw extruder.
In our models, the fluid is modelled as constant viscosity and density, Newtonian flow, and the models are assumed, currently, to have rigid walls.
Under Newtonian flow, the velocity distribution reflected the difference of the shear strain rate across the channel.
In the absence of the porous region, the flow becomes Newtonian flow through infinite parallel plates and two layered flow becomes single layered.
23] indicates that under certain flow conditions, blood flow may exhibit strong deviations from the Newtonian flow behaviour, e.
Method C uses a Stormer viscosimeter (intended as a control method for determining that viscosity of adhesives that have, or approach Newtonian flow characteristics).
Suitable for water-based architectural coatings, wood and furniture coatings, and parquet lacquers, it develops a Newtonian flow profile in the finished formulation.
The assumption until now has been that the carrier fluid displays Newtonian flow properties - in other words, viscosity (the ratio of the shear stress and shear rate) is constant.
Newtonian flow is a type of theology profile that shows constant viscosity regardless of changes in shear rate.