Slip Effect in Viscosity Measurement of Gases at Low Pressure with an Oscillating-Disk Viscometer
In viscosity measurement of gases at very low pressure with oscillating-disk viscometer, it is necessary to consider the effect of slip at the surface of the disk.
KeywordsSuspension System Viscosity Measurement Slip Effect Fuse Quartz Vacuum Vessel
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