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Upcoming Webinar - June 24, 2020 11:00 am PST

Most fluids are non-Newtonian. What that means is that as the sample is exposed to shear rates, the viscosity can change (increase or decrease). Some samples display Newtonian behavior until a certain shear rate point where it changes the viscosity so it's imperative to be aware of all possibilities and expand your testing capabilities as wide as possible so you are prepared for all unknown. 

When measuring non-Newtonian samples on rheometers and viscometers, such solutions often violate the assumptions programmed into the instrumentation. Diving deeper, the assumption that the change in shear stress over shear rate is linear would then be violated. However, there is a way to work with non-Newtonian samples in such cases by using the Weissenberg-Rabinowitsch-Mooney Correction (WRM). 

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Blood Viscosity Webinar

The requested recording and presentation slides are ready to access from our webinar hosted by guest speaker, Dr. Gregory Sloop last week! 

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