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Grace BaekMarch 31, 20201 min read

Back to Basics Webinar: Viscosity Fundamentals

We are excited to announce that our record sign up and attended webinar is now up and ready for download! Access the full recording and also the presentation. 

Viscosity is a fundamental material property when studying fluid flow for any application. To get the most from your viscosity measurements, it is essential to have a strong understanding of viscosity fundamentals.

The first viscosity fundamental? Defining viscosity of course! Viscosity is a fluids resistance to flow. It's important to know that viscosity cannot be measured, it is calculated based on specific assumptions. 

When you are measuring viscosity of your samples you don't only need to consider types of viscosity, you also need to consider types of viscometers. There are many viscometers on the market today and we know that not all viscometers are made alike! Are you using the right viscometer to get the most accurate measurements for your specific samples? 

Want to learn more about viscosity measurements, different types of viscometers to measure viscosity and what viscometer is best for you? Download our Viscosity Fundamentals Webinar to learn all this and more! 

In our most recent back to basics webinar we focus on viscosity fundamentals, including details on the basic principles behind viscosity measurements, viscosity related terminology and we will also cover common misconceptions or myths we have encountered when it comes to viscosity. 

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Want to learn even more about Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids and behaviors? Download one of our application notes about 

To learn more about viscosity applications visit our applications library.

Want to learn more about viscosity calculation with our VROC® technology? RheoSense VROC  powered viscometers allow complete characterization of viscosity as a function of shear rate or temperature.

Written by: Grace Baek, RheoSense Operations Manager