Rheologic measurements on small samples with a new capillary viscometer.


A newly developed capillary viscometer (capillary diameter 496 micron, length 10 cm) was tested and used for measurement of blood viscosity. The determination of pressure drop along the capillary during a constant flow allowed the calculation of the apparent viscosity. By changing the flow rate, the shear rate could be varied from 0.67 to 590 sec-1. A… (More)


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