viscoelastic fluid

viscoelastic fluid

[¦vis·kō·i¦las·tik ′flü·əd]
(fluid mechanics)
A fluid that displays viscoelasticity.
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Table 3 provides the Cross-WLF model coefficients and coefficients of determination for four different rheological models including (1) GNF fluid assuming isothermal, incompressible, and steady state conditions; (2) GNF fluid with non-isothermal, compressible, and transient conditions; (3) viscoelastic fluid with isothermal and incompressible but transient conditions; and (4) viscoelastic fluid with non-isothermal, compressible, and transient conditions.
In other cases, for a viscoelastic fluid, Shan [27], Ezzat [28] and Mahmood [29] have employed fractional calculus in their studies.
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A viscoelastic fluid combines resistance to flow with the ability to return to a previous state when disturbed.
Gas penetration through a viscoelastic fluid depends on conditions such as the film coating on the inner wall of a tube, displacement of oil by a low-viscosity fluid in enhanced oil recovery, and fluid replacement in gas-assisted injection molding (GAIM).
Dargush, "Analytical model of viscoelastic fluid dampers," Journal of Structural Engineering, vol.
Khan [18] discussed the boundary layer viscoelastic fluid flow over an exponentially stretching sheet.
Preeti and Chaudhary [40] analyzed an unsteady hydromagnetic flow of a viscoelastic fluid from a radiative vertical porous plate, taking the effects of Hall current and mass transfer into account.
Annual oil output surpasses 10 million tons in Daqing Oilfield by using polymer flooding technology, serious eccentric wear to rod and tubing of pumping wells appears as the polymer is viscoelastic fluid.
Oscillatory flow of an viscoelastic fluid past and infinite porous plate with variable suction.
20] considered the MHD flow of a viscoelastic fluid and heat transfer over a stretching sheet.
For example, a viscoelastic fluid tends to push up the cone of a cone/plate viscometer or cause chattering (bouncing) of the cone.