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  • elastic
  • The energy transferred to the blood by the heart is partially stored in the elastic structure, another part is dissipated by viscosity, and the remaining energy is stored in the kinetic motion of the blood. (wikipedia.org)
  • actual viscosity
  • Viscometer measures the actual viscosity of the fuel, this value is compared with the set point in the controller and the command is sent to the heater to adjust the temperature of the fuel. (wikipedia.org)
  • From diagram 4 , assuming that the operating temperature of the bearing is 70ºC, it is found that a lubricant to an ISO VG 32 viscosity class, with an actual viscosity ν of at least 32 mm 2 /s at the reference temperature of 40ºC will be required. (skf.com)
  • exponential
  • Any errors in a viscosity prediction for the lubricant which might otherwise seem minor at atmospheric pressure are exacerbated by the near exponential response of viscosity to contact pressure. (sae.org)
  • parameters
  • The parameters that control shear thickening behavior are: particle size and particle size distribution, particle volume fraction, particle shape, particle-particle interaction, continuous phase viscosity, and the type, rate, and time of deformation. (wikipedia.org)
  • increasingly
  • Another advantage of a good synthetic is that it can be engineered to deliver the ultra-low viscosity ratings that automakers are increasingly specifying to achieve better fuel economy. (kbb.com)