viscosity


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The bulk viscosity is associated with the resultant stress from the stress tensor in Eq.
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Viscosity affects ease of brushing, coverage, and tends to spatter of architectural paints.
It is known from literature that OPLS all-atom force field fails to reproduce viscosity results for long hydrocarbons in its native format.
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The kinematic viscosity is proportional to the flow time:
The fact that the shear rate is not controlled in an MFR test means that the test actually exaggerates the real differences in melt viscosity that occur as a function of molecular weight.
The effect of hematocrit on blood viscosity is clear--the higher the percentage of blood that is made up of red blood cells, the thicker blood is going to be.
Intrinsic viscosity is measured using the technique of dilute solution viscometry (DSV), which, as the name suggests, involves the analysis of low concentrations of polymer dissolved in an appropriate solvent.
This correlation proposes that for any specified oil, when only pressure is the variable, viscosity varies linearly with the pressure.
In addition, each hydrocarbon has a characteristic viscosity vs.
Rongjia Tao and Xiajun Xu, both of Temple University in Philadelphia, observed that either a magnetic or electric field reduced the viscosity of crude oil that's rich in paraffin wax.