centipoise


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cen·ti·poise

 (sĕn′tə-poiz′)
n. Abbr. cP
A centimeter-gram-second unit of dynamic viscosity equal to one hundredth (10-2) of a poise.

centipoise

(ˈsɛntɪˌpɔɪz)
n
(Units) one hundredth of a poise. 1 centipoise is equal to 0.001 newton second per square metre
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The primary fluid was water with the viscosity of 1 centipoise. As mentioned, a soluble polymer (Polyacrylamide) in water was used to change the viscosity of fluid.
This addition will double the current capacity for high viscosity products and give AB Specialty Silicones the capability to produce materials with viscosity up to ~500,000 centipoise. As a result, AB Specialty Silicones will now offer its customers an expanded range of high viscosity products to complement an already diverse line.
A Tabela 2 apresenta resultados do teste Mann-Witney comparando valores medianos em centipoise nas tres consistencias, e duas temperaturas avaliadas, observando que a viscosidade na consistencia pudim foi significantemente menor na temperatura acima de 40 graus do que na temperatura ambiente.
To calculate the friction loss in the line, you'll need to know: the fluid flow rate; hose/pipe length; hose/ pipe inside diameter (ID); fluid viscosity in centipoise (CPS); fluid specific gravity; and vertical rise (if applicable).
Siphon fed nozzles can be used on liquids up to 200 centipoise. The new no drip siphon fed atomizing spray nozzles work in the same way EXAIR's standard atomizing nozzles do, but have the added capability of stopping liquid flow when compressed air is shut off.
Based on the standard ASTM Krebs test method, the viscometer uses a rotating paddle at a fixed speed of 200 rpm to directly measure the viscosity in Krebs units (KU), centipoise (cP) or grams (g).
The viscosity of the oil was 31 centipoise (cp) and the flow regimes of stratified and slug flow were studied while also measuring the pressure gradients, slug lengths, slug frequency, and other slug characteristics.
To begin the experimental procedure, 0.15 mL of 37.5 wt% silver ink (Da-Shuan Applied Material, Hsinchu, Taiwan) (viscosity 6.3 centipoise) was uniformly dripped into the stamp.
Product can convey liquids containing suspended solids and slurries that are 40,000 centipoise in viscosity.
The PODs, targeted for industrial coatings, are 40-50% solids, with mean particle sizes between 200-1500 nanometers, and viscosities between 300-3500 Centipoise. Coatings made from these dispersions are reported to have excellent chemical resistance, adhesion to metal, and flexibility when cured at temperatures between 100-240[degrees]C.