power-law fluid

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power-law fluid

[′pau̇·ər ‚lȯ ‚flü·əd]
(fluid mechanics)
A fluid in which the shear stress at any point is proportional to the rate of shear at that point raised to some power.
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1] numerically investigated the flow of power-law fluids around series of tandem arrangement of two cylinders, the lattice Boltzmann method has been used to solve the governing equations.
The rheological equation of state for power-law fluids is defined by [48]
Lastly we note that in [15] a unified equation governing positive and negative curvatures for non-Newtonian power-law fluids was derived and analytical solutions were obtained.
In this work, we investigated the major differences of single layer and bilayer coated Newtonian and power-law fluids.
A theoretical approach to study the calendering of power-law fluids was also shown by Brazinsky et al.
Previous observations are consistent with earlier findings in the context of Newtonian as well as non-Newtonian Power-law fluids (18) which demonstrated negligible Pr dependence of [theta] and [bar.
In 1965, Vaughn [18] extended the approach of slot flow approximation to pursue a solution of non-Newtonian Power-law fluids in eccentric annulus.
The non-Darcy flow characteristics of non-Newtonian power-law fluids past a wedge embedded in a porous medium investigated by Kim [17].
Chukwu, "A Simplified Couette-Flow Solution of Non-Newtonian Power-Law Fluids in Eccentric Annuli," Can.
The dependency of wall shear rate for power-law fluids in closed Couette flow has been shown to be represented by a correction factor [[Alpha].
16] they studied the effect of inclination angle on the steady flow and forced convection of power-law fluids around a heated inclined square cylinder in an horizontal channel, the numerical results are presented and discussed under these condition : (0.
The capillary number in the coating gap for power-law fluids (34) is approximately given by: