Shear Viscosity of a Fluid Composed of Infinitely-Thin Hard Needles

@inproceedings{Mukyama1999ShearVO,
  title={Shear Viscosity of a Fluid Composed of Infinitely-Thin Hard Needles},
  author={Ayako Muk{\^o}yama and Yosuke Yoshimura},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract The shear viscosity of an ideal gas composed of infinitely-thin hard needles was studied by the molecular dynamics simulation. The shear viscosity of the hard-needle fluid increases linearly with increasing density at high densities, though it is almost constant at low densities. No anomaly of the shear viscosity is detected around the density at which the self diffusion coefficient has the minimum. The Stokes–Einstein relation does not hold in the hard-needle fluid.