The MAD Scientist Network: Physics
Subject: How to find viscosity of a mix of fluids, given the individual viscosities?
Date: Wed Dec 6 15:03:28 2000
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Grade level: undergrad
School: Southern Illinois University
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Area of science: Physics
Fluid A has a viscosity of 18,800cP, Fluid B has a viscosity of 300 cP,
can you determine a final viscosity of a mixture of A & B, or are
densities and/or other parameters required?
Re: How to find viscosity of a mix of fluids, given the individual viscosities?
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