MacMichael degree

MacMichael degree

[mik′mī·kəl di‚grē]
(fluid mechanics)
An arbitrary unit used in measuring viscosity with a type of Couette viscometer; its size depends on the stiffness of the suspension of the inner cylinder of the viscometer.
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