A non-
Contents 1 Types of non-Newtonian behaviour 1.1 Summary
1.2
2 Examples 2.1 Oobleck 2.2 Flubber 2.3 Chilled caramel topping 2.4 Silly Putty 2.5 Plant resin 2.6 Ketchup 2.7 Dry granular flows 3 See also 4 References 5 External links Types of non-Newtonian behaviour[edit] Summary[edit] Classification of fluids with shear stress as a function of shear rate. Comparison of non-Newtonian, Newtonian, and viscoelastic properties Viscoelastic Kelvin material, Maxwell material "Parallel" linear combination of elastic and viscous effects[2] Some lubricants, whipped cream, Silly Putty Time-dependent viscosity
Rheopecty
Thixotropic
Non Newtonian Viscosity
Generalized Newtonian fluids
Soap solutions, cosmetics and toothpaste Food such as butter, cheese, jam, ketchup, mayonnaise, soup, taffy, and yogurt Natural substances such as magma, lava, gums, honey, and extracts such as vanilla extract Biological fluids such as blood, saliva, semen, mucus and synovial fluid Slurries such as cement slurry and paper pulp, emulsions such as mayonnaise, and some kinds of dispersions Oobleck[edit] Demonstration of a non-
Oobleck on a subwoofer. Applying force to oobleck, by sound waves in
this case, makes the non-
An inexpensive, non-toxic example of a non-
Bingham plastic Caramel Complex fluid Dilatant Dissipative particle dynamics Generalized Newtonian fluid Herschel–Bulkley fluid Navier–Stokes equations Newtonian fluid Pseudoplastic Quicksand Rheology Superfluids Weissenberg effect Thixotropy References[edit] ^ Ouellette, Jennifer (2013). ""An-Ti-Ci-Pa-Tion: The
External links[edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Non-Newtonian Fluid. Classical experiments with Non-Newtonian fluids by the National
Committee for
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