anonymous
  • anonymous
Please point out for me which is an example of Newton Fluid behaviour and Non-Newton Fluid behaviour
Physics
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  • anonymous
Please point out for me which is an example of Newton Fluid behaviour and Non-Newton Fluid behaviour
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anonymous
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Here is a fun example of a non-newtonian fluid, indicating different viscosity when the time scale at which you apply force changes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2XQ97XHjVw Water is a typical example of a Newtonian fluid, which is defined as a fluid for which the viscous stresses that arise from the flow are proportional to the local strain rate. Non-newtonian fluids show different behaviour when the strain rate (how fast the strain is applied) changes.
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  • anonymous
thank you for sharing @TimSmit.., i got it :)

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