Newtonian viscosity


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Newtonian viscosity

[′nü′tō·nē·ən vi′skäs·əd·ē]
(fluid mechanics)
The viscosity of a Newtonian fluid.
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Metzner and Reed also introduced in a generalized Reynolds number an equivalent Newtonian viscosity defined as that giving the same wall shear stress and pressure gradient as the nonNewtonian liquid.
where instead of the consistency index (m) the Newtonian viscosity ([mu]) is used when n = 1 and [U.
The coating fluid was a UV curable polymer with Newtonian viscosity prior to curing.
where x is the direction along the length of the slot in the flow direction, and the equivalent Newtonian viscosity by
v] is described in the framework of the Newtonian viscosity as following:
t] is the relaxation time and [mu] is the Newtonian viscosity.
Generally speaking, in this kind of plot, G' is as high as higher the Newtonian viscosity and the shear thinning are.
E] the Newtonian viscosity, and D the rate of strain tensor.
It is instructive to examine the differences between the constant Newtonian viscosity curves and the experimental data for each polymer.
To understand the factors influencing the Newtonian viscosity of a nanocomposite, we compared our results with those of Pasanovic-Zujo et al.