When the assumptions used to perform the viscosity calculation are violated, the value provided by the instrument is flawed. These errors are commonly referred to as artifacts. We share the artifacts that may be observed in rectangular slit flows, what to look out for and how to handle it if it does occur.
We brought together a panel of speakers for from industry and academia to facilitate the discussion of rheology fundamentals with a focus on viscosity applications. Our speakers shared their rheology expertise, building awareness of the significance of viscosity across their industries.
We share the benefits of characterizing true viscosity, discussing the data, calculations and material characterization of your samples provided with RheoSense sample testing services on our VROC® powered viscometers.
The viscosity of blood influences at least three variables: its ability to clot, perfuse tissue, and vascular resistance. An abnormally high blood viscosity can be an indicator of underlying health issues and a predictor of adverse events such as COVID19, Diabetes, & more.
Designed to be a more sensitive and progressing viscometer, VROC® intium is packed with intelligence and intuition that enables the end users to measure not just viscosity measurements but to use viscosity to provide insight into their product performance and application.