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Viscosity - Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Fluids.
Viscosity is defined as the degree to which a fluid resists flow under an applied force, measured by the tangential friction force per unit area divided by the velocity gradient under conditions of streamline flow; coefficient of viscosity. The falling piston method of measuring viscosity is superior because it accurately reflects the ratio of the Shear Stress/Shear Rate of a fluid. For a detailed discussion of Non-Newtonian fluid viscosity and the Norcross Falling Piston method of measuring viscosity click here:
VISCOSITY CONVERSION TABLES
A PROUD TRADITION IN PROCESS VISCOSITY CONTROL
Norcross Corporation is making available free viscosity conversion tables and free viscosity monitoring and control application notes. Norcross’s comprehensive viscosity conversion tables facilitate conversion among Shell and Zahn Cup seconds, centipoises, SSU, SSF, and other viscosity units.
Download or read comprehensive Viscosity Conversion Tables.
Download or read Flexographic Viscosity Conversion Tables.