shear rate


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shear rate

[′shir ‚rāt]
(fluid mechanics)
The relative velocities in laminar flow of parallel adjacent layers of a fluid body under shear force.
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Figure 8 shows the effect of shear rate on the shear strength of standard sand with 5% moisture content at different pressures.
To do that, the flow and viscosity ([eta]) curves, as well as the effect of shear rate ([??]), temperature and time on viscosity ([eta]), and the determination of Tg were addressed.
To analyze the relationship between shear stress and shear rate, this study selected data from 0 [s.sup.-1] to 120 [s.sup.-1] in shear rate.
Shear rate) and viscosity of emulsion as a function of shear rate has been investigated (Fig.
Additionally, at low shear rates, a shear-thinning behavior is observed as the sheared suspension microstructure changes with the flow: "ordered" layers of particles are formed when Brownian effects are no more dominant, lowering the viscosity when increasing the shear rate.
Different viscometers measure viscosity at different shear rate ranges.
The power-law model describes a fluid for which the stress is proportional to the shear rate raised to an exponent.
We hypothesized that modulation of the blood flow shear rate profiles caused by BFR during exercise is detrimental to the acute effects of exercise on endothelial function.
Control software allows the quick and easy production of flow-curves, plots of viscosity as a function of shear rate, for sensitive and detailed rheological analysis.
To get the behavior of blood in a shear flow, the key features is shear rate which is defined as a measure of the deformation of the liquid.
In their work, the researchers took into account a number of variables, including the type of processing equipment used: high-shear blending systems compared with recirculating systems, water temperature (4 C compared with 22 C), and high and low shear rates.