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2015-03-01 03:33:04
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fluids are usually measured from ml ( mililitres) to Litres

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Viscosity is a measure of a fluids ability to flow.

You can measure fluids in beakers, graduated cylinders or liquid measuring glasses. It depends on what you're measuring and why.

they use it to measure amounts of fluids and what not

they use it to measure amounts of fluids and what not

to measure liquids and other chemical fluids

Gallons and liters are most often used to measure volume as related to fluids.

1.to measure the flow rate of gases and fluids

An mL is a milliliter (also referred to as a 'cc' or cubic centimeter). It is a measure of volume usually related to liquids/fluids.

Viscosity is a measure of a fluids resistance to flow. Is is a measure of how 'thick' a liquid is. For example, oil has a greater viscosity than water.

no not really because if you really measure it you will find your product

Any fluid. Fluids are anything other than solids.

Viscosity is the measure of the shear stress vs the shear strain of the fluid (in one tensorial direction). It is a derived property of fluids and cannot be directly linked to fluid parameters. There are typically two ways to measure fluid viscosity, test it in simple shear flow, and test it in elongation. Both tests will yield a fluids viscosity, although the results may be different. Definition- the state of being thick, sticky, and semifluid in consistency, due to internal friction. Let it be noted that 'viscosity' is only a term applied to newtonian fluids, because in fact some fluids do not have constant viscosity. This becomes very apparent when attempting to use the Navier Stokes equations on non-newtonian fluids. The 'viscous' closure term falls apart for these fluids. This is once again due to the fact that when you measure the 'viscosity' of a fluid, you are only measure one direction in the stress tensor, which for these fluids is not equal for all directions (seen in cases such as die swell). *See rheology for more information about this topic

that is an apples and oranges question different fluids have different weights Tons is a measure of weight Ounces is a measure of liquid volume

Large volumes of fluids such as water in a swimming pool, or air in a room (for aircon).

A chemical meter is a device that can be used for tasks such as monitoring and testing the flow rate or other variables associated with water or other fluids. When fluids interact with chemicals, the pressure and other factors can change; a chemical meter can help detect and measure changes in fluids.

Millilitres are a measure of volume or fluids, so it would depend on the density of the substance

to be able to conserve the other organelles of the cell

A milliliter (ml or mL) is measure of volume equal to 0.03381 fluid ounces.

A measure of a fluids resistance to flow. For more information please see the wikipedia article about viscosity.

Newtonian Fluids Non-Newtonian Fluids

Intravenous fluids or IV fluids is the medical term for fluids into the veins.

Viscosity is the measure of a fluids resistance to flow. The higher the viscosity the more viscous (the more resistance it has to flow); honey is generally much more viscous than water.

Aerodynamics is a branch of dynamics that deals with the motion of air and other gaseous fluids and with the forces acting on bodies in motion relative to such fluids. However if you were interested in the flow of fluid around a moving object, you simply stick it into a wind tunnel.

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