nonviscous

nonviscous

(ˌnɒnˈvɪskəs)
adj
(Chemistry) not viscous
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At the processing parameters adopted in compression molding operation in this study, the nonviscous carbon nanohybrid shell is disadvantageous for the melt PMMA core to fuse into monolithic composites, which can deteriorate by increasing stabilizer level.
The gross identification of a nonviscous, clear-to-yellow cyst fluid provides an important clue to the distinction of SN from mucinous neoplasms.
These liquid monomers in isolation are nonviscous, radiolucent, and rapidly polymerize.
The analytical solutions of the Laplace equation which describe the velocity field inside evaporating droplets of a nonviscous liquid were obtained for the contact angle of 90[degrees] by Tarasevich [226] and for a case of arbitrary contact angle by Masoud and Felske [230].
However, the tailing particles with a particle size of less than 0.075 mm are small, nonviscous, nonphysicochemically active, and difficult to utilize and transform.
McDougald and Leal [17] numerically simulated the nonlinear mode vibration of spherical bubbles under nonviscous conditions by using the boundary integral method.
By neglecting fluid viscosity, potential flow was assumed to be nonviscous. This assumption greatly reduced computational time while solution accuracy was preserved by considering nonlinear free surface conditions.
Reynolds equation for incompressible, nonviscous laminar flow for hydrodynamic lubrication is given as
On the ratio of the wavelength and the diameter of large diameter pile more than 0.2, the wave diffraction theory assumes that the fluid is homogeneous, incompressible, and powerful, nonviscous ideal fluid.
Because the water media is considered ideal and nonviscous, the acoustic pressure p radiated by the composite system is therefore governed by the wave equation:
Miranville, Uniform global attractors for non-isothermal viscous and nonviscous Cahn-Hilliard equations with dynamic boundary conditions, Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications 10 (2009) 1738-1766.
System of mass, momentum, and energy conservation equations for ideal nonviscous gas for a moving finite volume V can be written in the following form: