fluid density

fluid density

[¦flü·əd ¦den·səd·ē]
(fluid mechanics)
The mass of a fluid per unit volume.
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This ease of installation with the OPTIMASS Series 7000 range is due to KROHNEs patented 'Adaptive Sensor Technology' (AST) which intelligently 'tunes' each meter, independent of external forces and fluid density, to produce an inherently balanced instrument that remains stable in the most demanding processes.
Based of independent tests sanctioned by the National Lubricating Grease Institute, gears operating with polyglycol-based lubricants have experienced less friction due to the lubricant's viscosity characteristics, fluid density and high molecular weight.
Incorporating its new patented Adaptive Sensor Technology (AST), the series intelligently "tunes" itself, independent of external forces and fluid density, to produce an inherently balanced meter in the most demanding processes.
Lymph nodes and mediastinal masses have soft tissue density while pericardial recesses have fluid density.
Moreover, whilst volumetric and mass measurements can be converted between one another if the fluid density is known, the density of gases is equally sensitive to pressure and temperature, unlike liquids which are less susceptible to changing conditions.
Low fluid density and fast electrical field activation and discharge, in combination with a more rapid fluid reaction, increase speed of response in comparison to Magneto-Rheological (MR) fluids.
lumbosacral cerebrospinal fluid density, velocity, and volume on extent and duration of plain bupivacaine spinal anesthesia.
To solve these complex equations and simulate what happens inside a dying star, the team used an advanced computer code called CASTRO that took into account factors that changed over time, including fluid density, temperature, pressure, gravitational acceleration and velocity.
3]; [DELTA][rho] is the additional drilling fluid density, g/[cm.
Equation (5) is the Poisson's equation satisfying the self-gravitating potential and equation (6) is the polytropic equation of state correlating the fluid density and kinetic pressure.
Pleural effusion can obscure the underlying cyst on a routine chest x-ray, but a CT scan provides a means to clearly identify the cyst with fluid density and the thin walled rim.