shear rate


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shear rate

the change in velocity of parallel planes in a flowing fluid separated by unit distance; its units expressed in seconds-1.
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Flow profile showed that shear stress was increased with increase of shear rate but it decreased at higher shear rate (100 s-1) in heated emulsion.
1]) and a too high viscosity at low shear rate makes its introduction between the knife and the rotating cylinder difficult.
It appears that the weight of the parts is independent of the number of cavities used, but the shear rate in the cavities is changing, which might influence the quality of the parts.
This is called shear thinning, and the rate of deformation of the paint as it is sheared is called the shear rate (units are reciprocal seconds, [s.
The power-law model describes a fluid for which the stress is proportional to the shear rate raised to an exponent.
shear rate profile, thixotropy calculation, creep behavior, recovery after flow and temperature sensitivity.
The unique features of the m-VROCi efficiently meet an established need in many industries for high shear rate viscometry.
It has long been established that blood is "shear thining": viscosity decreases as shear rate increases.
Research indicates that mixing equipment, water temperature and shear rate affect particle size.
The experimental data should reveal whether xenon exhibits "shear thinning," meaning its usual resistance to flow is weakened by a large shear rate.
To generate a quantifiable shear rate over the forming fabric, an inverted cone is rotated inside a drainage jar.
According to the company, its rheological properties enable formulators to adjust low shear rate viscosity while maintaining good high shear rate viscosity in most systems.