dynamic viscosity

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dy·nam·ic vis·cos·i·ty (μ),

the internal or molecular frictional resistance of a fluid by Newton law of viscosity as the ratio of the applied force per unit area to the relative velocity of adjacent fluid layers (produced by the force).
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The storage moduli and dynamic viscosities of two PETs extended by BADCy monomer and a tri-mer were compared in Fig.
To develop a proper viscosity model for flow simulations it is necessary, however, to translate the measured dynamic viscosities to steady state viscosities.
With respect to the Newtonian approximation, where the viscosities are taken as the dynamic viscosities at the strain rate of the extensional flow, the linear viscoelastic approach brings only slight improvements for the description of experimental data.

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