capillary viscometer

capillary viscometer

[′kap·ə‚ler·ē vis′käm·əd·ər]
(engineering)
A long, narrow tube that is used to measure the laminar flow of fluids.
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The pressure-scanning capillary viscometer measures the viscosity of whole blood over a range of shear rates without the use of anticoagulants.
The instrument was a sealed gravitational capillary viscometer developed at NIST for volatile liquids.
The triple detector system features an integrated triple detector array (TDA) comprised of a low angle light scattering (LALS) detector, four capillary viscometer detectors, a GPCmax pump, autosampler and degasser module specifically designed for GPC/SEC applications.
In capillary viscometer measurements, the relative viscosity (dimensionless) is the ratio of the flow time for the solution (t) to the flow time for the solvent ([t.
To validate the results, the rheological properties of these materials were measured offline using a capillary viscometer.
The viscosities of the guar gum solutions were measured using a Cannon-Fenske capillary viscometer (Schott Gerate GmbH, Germany).
The Rheolog[TM], a Scanning Capillary Viscometer, is a device developed to facilitate the clinical measurement of blood viscosity.
The first is the pressurized capillary viscometer, which measures changes in pressure and mass (as a function of time) as a given liquid flows through a tube.
The fully automated system integrates a GPC unit with a capillary viscometer and a refractometer housed in a temperature-controlled compartment to ensure stable performance from ambient temperature to 302 F.
The diluted polymer solution is then passed through a train of detectors comprising a Brookhaven BI-MwA multiangle static light scattering (SLS) detector, a single capillary viscometer (Validyne differential pressure sensor), and Shimadzu RID 10A refractive index (RI) detector.
Booth 3108 The iVisc capillary viscometer is suited for the automatic measurement of kinematic viscosity in accordance with DIN 51562 and ASTM D445 methodology.