Experiment: Falling sphere viscosimeter, Basic equipment (115 V, 50/60 Hz)

Experiment: Falling sphere viscosimeter, Basic equipment (115 V, 50/60 Hz), 8000572 [UE1080350-115], Mechanics of Liquids and Gases

Experiment: Falling sphere viscosimeter, Basic equipment (115 V, 50/60 Hz)

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Objective: Determine the dynamic viscosity of an aqueous solution of glycerine

Dynamic viscosity, the coefficient of proportionality between velocity gradient and sheer stress in a liquid, characterises how difficult it is for an object to flow through the liquid. This can be measured using a falling sphere viscosimeter of a type designed by Höppler. It is also possible to make temperature- independent measurements in conjunction with a circulation thermostat. Measurements are made in an experiment involving an aqueous solution of glycerine. This allows the way that viscosity depends on temperature to be described by the Andrade equation.

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Supplement UE1080350S
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