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rhe·om·e·ter

(rē-om'ĕ-tĕr),
1. An instrument for measurement of the rheologic properties of materials, for example, of blood.
2. A galvanometer.
[rheo- + G. metron, measure]

rheometer

(rē-ŏm′ĭ-tər)
n.
An instrument for measuring the flow of viscous liquids, such as blood.
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Caption: The ICAR Plus Rheometer debuted at the 6th North American Conference on Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC 2016), held earlier this year in Washington, D.
The HAAKE Viscotester iQ is an intuitive, robust portable rheometer," said Birgit Schroeder, product line director, material characterization laboratory instruments, Thermo Fisher Scientific.
The rheometers streamline workflows by offering application packages that bundle the rheometer with task-specific accessories for markets that include pharmaceutical, cosmetics, food, petrochemical, and polymers, the company adds.
Malvern's Kinexus rheometers deliver high performance characterization of dispersions, complex fluids and soft solids and are used within a diverse range of industries and applications - from pharmaceutical drug development through to food quality testing.
Roy Carter, Aptifirst's MD, said: "We have a very great depth of knowledge of the science of rheology, and in the design and application of rheological testing instruments, especially capillary extrusion rheometers, and are very pleased that we could apply our skills to provide our customer with the especially designed dies for his research programme.
Kalman Migler and his colleagues created the rheometer that is about one-twentieth the size of a postage stamp.
An acquisition and data analysis software is provided with the rheometer (CAPCALC 32 software), which is able to determine the rheological parameters of the lubricants, based on four models: power law, Bingham, Casson and Herschel Bulkley (***, 2009).
He detailed the variations that occur when using a rheometer hysteresis loop to indicate thixotropic behavior, compared with a rheometer using a three-speed step technique.
The measurement of these parameters is currently possible only by using a rheometer adapted to concrete [3,4,5].
In this paper, we report and discuss the experimental results of a similar rheokinetic study performed with a helical barrel rheometer.
Tenders Are Invited for Purchase of a rheometer and a top-level microscope at the university of szeged gytk pharmaceutical technology and pharmacopeia institute.