dynamic viscosity


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Noun1.dynamic viscosity - a measure of the resistance to flow of a fluid under an applied forcedynamic viscosity - a measure of the resistance to flow of a fluid under an applied force
coefficient - a constant number that serves as a measure of some property or characteristic
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The storage modulus, loss modulus, tan [delta], complex modulus, storage compliance, loss compliance, complex compliance, and dynamic viscosity were obtained for each type of composite in this temperature range from the dynamic mechanical analysis.
The dispersed water is characterized by its droplet size distribution (DSD), which depends on the type and specification of the fuel pump and fluid parameters governing the fluid shear stress, [tau] (Pa) (Equation 1), which includes the velocity gradient of the fluid layers, [omega] ([s.sup.-1]), and the dynamic viscosity, [[mu].sub.c] (Pa * s).
KEG-2000 LIMS products are said to have consistent properties from batch to batch and offer dynamic viscosity. They have high clarity and range in durometer A hardness from 10-80.
The dynamic viscosity (p) of blood was determined using the Power-Law model (Eq.
The input data for the calculation of the air-slide conveyor are: [d.sub.[??]50] = 40[micro]m is middle particle diameter, [[rho].sub.m] = 2100 kg/[m.sup.3] is fly ash density, [[rho].sub.ok] = 1,2 kg/[m.sup.3] is adopted air density during normal conditions, [[rho].sub.[epsilon]n] = 800 kg/[m.sup.3] is bulk density of material, [eta] = 17,3 x [10.sup.-6] Pas is dynamic viscosity of air during normal conditions and [[epsilon].sub.f] = 0,62.
Relationship between the Seepage Time and the Dynamic Viscosity. The property of the filling medium in the filling structure has an important influence on the infiltration of the water phase.
In Figure 3(a), the flow is observed to increase with increasing values of the couple stress parameter, since the increase in the couple stress parameter implies a decrease in the dynamic viscosity of the fluid and thus an increase in the molecular distance between the fluid particles.
where Re is the Reynolds number, [rho] is the density, v is the velocity, d is the diameter, equivalent diameter d = 4R (in this paper), and [mu] is the dynamic viscosity.
Techniques such as rheometry can be used to study properties and characteristics with respect to dynamic viscosity, viscoelasticity, complexity modulus, and activation energy to synthetic mixtures [18, 19].
2-Butanone features a comparable or even larger penetration and a wider cone angle due to its lower dynamic viscosity. The lower viscosity results in a fast nozzle flow and thus fast penetration.
The variation in dynamic viscosity with temperature is shown in Figure 3.

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