fluid density

fluid density

[¦flü·əd ¦den·səd·ē]
(fluid mechanics)
The mass of a fluid per unit volume.
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It also has highly accurate fluid density and concentration determination serving as a product quality indicator, she says.
Liquids can be measured independent of fluid density, temperature and viscosity.
Due to the high difference between the particle density and the fluid density the buoyancy force was neglected for the particles.
The entrapped gas within the oil has been reported to increase the volume of the mixed fluid, and thereby lead to reduced fluid bulk modulus and fluid density [7,16].
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2] = 1 m, fluid density is (1000 kg/m3), thicknesses of pipes are (0.
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The students said that the idea of the winning paper is centered on the ionic fluid density calculation mathematically based on refractive coefficient at different temperatures.
Pressure drops are created by many factors such as surface roughness, fluid density, fluid viscosity, friction factor, debris and flow type.
With regard to the specific fluid within identified temperature and pressure, fluid density [rho], cylinder diameter d, and fluid viscosity [mu] can be regarded as constant and integrated into A and B.