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The Conicylindrical Viscometer
1.P. Mercier, J. Rheology 3, 391 (1932).
2.See, for example, Love, Mathematical Theory of Elasticity, p. 89, 3rd edition, Cambridge University Press. Eq. (1.1) is the form taken by the equation of equilibrium when there is no acceleration and other conditions are as have been assumed here. The left member of Eq. (1.2) is the rate of shear in the medium. So also is the right member, by definition of the fluidity. Cf. Love, p. 56. Love’s equations remain unaltered if we interpret strains as rates of strain.
3.M. Mooney, J. Rheology 2, 210 (1931).
4.M. L. Sheeley, Ind. Eng. Chem. 24, 1060 (1932).
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