rheometer

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n rheometer an instrument for measuring the flow of liquids (especially arterial blood)
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Rheometer (Physics) An instrument for measuring currents, especially the force or intensity of electrical currents; a galvanometer.
    • Rheometer (Physiol) An instrument for measuring the velocity of the blood current in the arteries.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n rheometer An instrument for measuring an electric current; an electrometer or galvanometer.
    • n rheometer An instrument for measuring the velocity of the blood-flow.
    • n rheometer In electricity, a resistance-box with bridge-coils; a combined Wheatstone bridge and rheostat.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Rheometer rē-om′e-tėr an instrument for measuring the strength of currents, as of electricity: a galvanometer
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Gr. "rei^n to flow + -meter,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Gr. rhein, to flow, metron, measure.

Usage


In news:

Revision of D3835 - 08 Standard Test Method for Determination of Properties of Polymeric Materials by Means of a Capillary Rheometer.
Krohne Inc has launched a new vodcast about the Viscoline Inline Process Rheometer .
Revision of D3835 - 08 Standard Test Method for Determination of Properties of Polymeric Materials by Means of a Capillary Rheometer .
WK28548 Standard Test Method for Determination of Properties of Polymeric Materials by Means of a Capillary Rheometer .
A new brochure detailing Freeman Technology's FT4 powder rheometer illustrates the breadth of the system's capabilities.
Characterizing ice cream using a rheometer .
"Rotational Rheometer Methods," or <913>.
Bohlin Instruments has introduced Gemini (TM), an advanced rheometer system incorporating a new Rotonetic(TM) drive.
Materials companies and compounders typically use rheometers, tensile testers and other laboratory instruments that help predict how its material will behave in the real world once it is made into a part.
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In science:

The measurements were conducted on a Bohlin (now Malvern) C −V OR rotational rheometer equipped with a digitally controlled temperature (within 0.1◦C ) bath (RT E − 111 from Neslab).
Linear Stability Analysis for Plane-Poiseuille Flow of an Elastoviscoplastic fluid with internal microstructure
The rheometer was operated in a controlled stress mode.
Linear Stability Analysis for Plane-Poiseuille Flow of an Elastoviscoplastic fluid with internal microstructure
Because the rheometer operates in a controlled stress mode, the above equations decouple.
Linear Stability Analysis for Plane-Poiseuille Flow of an Elastoviscoplastic fluid with internal microstructure
The values for m, µ∞ and ǫ are obtained from the fit performed in the rheometer.
Linear Stability Analysis for Plane-Poiseuille Flow of an Elastoviscoplastic fluid with internal microstructure
The stress response was measured using an RFS Rheometrics Scientific controlled strain rate rheometer in Couette (radii 24.5, 25 mm) and cone-plate geometries.
Timescales in shear banding of wormlike micelles
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