2 views

Uploaded by Shameer Majeed

20040301

- 18. Comp Sci - IJCSE - Computer Simulation of Blood - Taleb a.S.
- r7102306-process engineering principles
- Navier Stokes Equation
- Cylinder Mesh2 Exercise
- Simulation of the Formation of Beryllia Slurry
- Horno Rotatorio
- Homework-Set2-Solution.pdf
- Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society Volume 69 issue 3 1971 [doi 10.1017_s0305004100046880] Packham_ B. A._ Shall_ R. -- Stratified laminar flow of two immiscible fluids.pdf
- Solved Problems Samples in Fluid Flow.pdf
- All Recent Govt Job Question Till 5 July 2018
- 1970-Petukhov- Heat Transfer and Friction in Turbulent Pipe Flow With Variable Physical Properties
- A Generic Model for Calculation of Frictional Losses in Pipe and Annular Flows_-_S.T.johansen-P.skalle-J.sveen
- Similarity-Solution-Of-Plane-Turbulent-Mixing-Layer.pdf
- Design Challenges
- Valuable Pumps Formulas Semler-Chart
- Numerical_Modelling_of_Non_Newtonian_Fluid_in_a_Rotational_Cross_Flow_MBR.pdf
- 01 Introduction
- 2. Fluid Properties-unit 1
- 94892_jurnal 5(1)
- Literature Review and Theory for Capillary Rheometer CMC solution

You are on page 1of 4

00-1

VISCOSITY

fluid flows and, of all these factors, viscosity requires the

greatest consideration.

Viscosity may be defined as the fluid property which

causes the fluid to have resistance to shear. The shear

stress in a fluid is directly proportional to viscosity.

Let's consider lubricating oil for a moment. We all know

that in the mid winter the oil is reluctant to flow and in the

summer flows more freely. What causes this change? There is

no significant volume change and thus the density, ie, mass!

unit volume doesn't change.

This change in behaviour is due

to the change in viscosity, due to temperature.

VISCOSITY depends only upon TEMPERATURE

For liquids, viscosity decreases as temperature increases.

Viscosity is a property concerned with flow and has no effect

on fluids in a static situation.

In a lubrication application, where one body

relative to another, separated by an oil film, as

and bearing application, a shearing action of the

occurs.

The force required to shear the oil film

the viscosity and thus on the temperature.

is moving

in a shaft

oil film

depends upon

the shear stress in a liquid

the rate of shear strain in a liquid

This ratio is 'dynamic viscosity' denoted by

mensionally has units of

laminar and turbulent. The criterion for the change from one

type of flow to the other is a function of the dynamic viscosity divided by the density.

This ratio is called the

'kinematic viscosity' denoted by v {nu~.

Thus

January 1977

1 -

223.00-1

fluid flow calculations.

Figures 1.1 and 1.2 show how the

dynamic viscosity varies with temperature for a variety of

fluids.

From Figure 1.2 we can see that the dynamic viscosity

of water is almost 100 times that for air. You can see that

gases do not change viscosity in the same manner as liquids

..

.r"1

~

~~o

'"

.-

...,~

!fa

"..

Z

00

>..

+l

'./0

&"'e

-I

f"o.

~tilo

5.10

........

"'j..

is'..,

..-l

00

"

........

"-

--

-.-

00

-.-1

f'..

>

.?o~

'=

~Ip"-I

!'...I

1-...

"j...."""J

--

~::=

___::;.-C-

-:--

~-...-

-r-I

~~u

ttl

C

>t

Cl

"'<f"~

~?i...

.Jl.

(1,,-,

I" 10

EO

"q.;-

...

'-

-~

5ttJO

, I

90

2 -

........

"',

'-

"

"""

1'- ........

"o;~

........

"';:::'"

""-

:-...

,-

100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220

Temperature. t of

Figure 1.1

...

"

'-

~

~

80

'-

'-

........

"::

r~

223.00-1

-I

5)( 10

rS>e

-f2.

/0

" I'-

~ ...

r-1---

"

r.n

J: _/

10-S

..)

.,>-

c_

- - I----

-.--

.......

I'...

f'::

~-~-!

j

"'......... f."...

'" .....

...... r--...P'-

f'... N,AEIQ

f'.... to-

~ ,-r~~~-r-~

~s~",

lI.I

....

rn

-u..

.!~

.~

t---.i:-1---~-,

,~--;

rtj

s::

t--

r-----=F---I---

-t

._-._- f - -

c>-

-tI

- -~--=

_.~

__

.J

.J..._

1=:F...:.:t:HeL,m

1--- - ---

--- f----- r - - - -

--

t--

r"/"r"ntiM

,

Waf..,.

--1------+

-- -Gasofirre

-1__

-- ~

'Sro'68J

j

~

--l-

I---- -

"I..,

f*'a~

-'--

I i

.~ )I 10~

enzrn

Mercunj-

I r-t+-~N-

.~

5)(

.....

"'l;;;:"

r---....

+-

.~

:>

u

""~

1 __

..

'"

E:

",,-" ,C/~

Olionoil

-- I

-r--- --- - f---

--

I-----

'"

'"~ "'-

--

'" "

Hvr~T

I

100

150"

lempe:-atun'! in Fahrp.nhtit

'iil!rollity graph.

- 3 -

223.00-1

ASSIGNMENT

1.

2.

3.

4.

when lubricating a journal bearing?

(a)

(b)

SAE 40 at 200 0 P

SAE 20 at 130 0 P

5.

6.

behave?

J. Irwin-Childs

- 4 -

- 18. Comp Sci - IJCSE - Computer Simulation of Blood - Taleb a.S.Uploaded byiaset123
- r7102306-process engineering principlesUploaded bysivabharathamurthy
- Navier Stokes EquationUploaded byNaveen Sapare
- Cylinder Mesh2 ExerciseUploaded bysamarthgk
- Horno RotatorioUploaded byEfrain Josue Boatswain Medina
- Simulation of the Formation of Beryllia SlurryUploaded bySEP-Publisher
- Homework-Set2-Solution.pdfUploaded byChun Ching Hong
- Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society Volume 69 issue 3 1971 [doi 10.1017_s0305004100046880] Packham_ B. A._ Shall_ R. -- Stratified laminar flow of two immiscible fluids.pdfUploaded bySrinivas Jangili
- Solved Problems Samples in Fluid Flow.pdfUploaded byRichard Obinna
- All Recent Govt Job Question Till 5 July 2018Uploaded byAli Nowroz
- 1970-Petukhov- Heat Transfer and Friction in Turbulent Pipe Flow With Variable Physical PropertiesUploaded bytomekzawistowski
- A Generic Model for Calculation of Frictional Losses in Pipe and Annular Flows_-_S.T.johansen-P.skalle-J.sveenUploaded byAndres Granados
- Similarity-Solution-Of-Plane-Turbulent-Mixing-Layer.pdfUploaded byIJSTR Research Publication
- Design ChallengesUploaded byDrSurendra Pratap Singh
- Valuable Pumps Formulas Semler-ChartUploaded byasharkas70
- Numerical_Modelling_of_Non_Newtonian_Fluid_in_a_Rotational_Cross_Flow_MBR.pdfUploaded byShubham Sharma
- 01 IntroductionUploaded byJoko Nugroho
- 2. Fluid Properties-unit 1Uploaded bytanu01303
- 94892_jurnal 5(1)Uploaded byelin
- Literature Review and Theory for Capillary Rheometer CMC solutionUploaded byLily Mazlan
- problem set for hydroUploaded byogul
- Micromachines 08 00154Uploaded byConniefer Choi
- A Moving Grid Model for Simulation of Free Surface Behavior Induced by Horizontal Cylinders Exit and EntryUploaded byMinhaj Akbar
- Fundamentals of Fluid12Uploaded byMike Adrian Cerbito
- HƯỚNG DẪN LỰA CHỌN MUA BƠMUploaded bynnam_177
- 8340-PP-003@5Uploaded byHoracio Nelson Astete Wesche
- Presentation 6-3 --- NAM --- Transient Multiphase Flow Modeling of Liquid LoadingUploaded byramihey
- fluidslabrotaryviscometer_1.pdfUploaded byThiago Santos
- Prediction of Oxygen Induced Corrosion in Industrial Waters 049020115-1Uploaded byastromo
- Dynamics.pdfUploaded byRıshabhBhawar

- FAC ChemistryUploaded bymarydaughter
- Annexure a(R1)Uploaded byShameer Majeed
- Annexure AUploaded byShameer Majeed
- Az_Zour R&M Burner Sketch_AUploaded byShameer Majeed
- 20050200Uploaded bySreenubabu Kandru
- Az_Zour R&M Furnace Dimensions_AUploaded byShameer Majeed
- Az Zour R&M Fuel Data AUploaded byShameer Majeed
- Turbine Start Up ProcedureUploaded byShameer Majeed
- VFD PPTUploaded byShameer Majeed
- 20042403Uploaded byShameer Majeed
- 20042413Uploaded byShameer Majeed
- Www.power-Eng.pdf -GTCC Fast StartUploaded byShameer Majeed
- SaskPower Carbon Capture Facility Operating More ReliablyUploaded byShameer Majeed
- Southern Co. Kemper IGCC Delays, Cost Surges Are Under SEC Scru.pdfUploaded byShameer Majeed
- Fuel Cells Could Be a “Game-Changer” for Carbon Capture.pdfUploaded byShameer Majeed
- Repowering South Mississippi Electric Power Association’s J.T. .pdfUploaded byShameer Majeed
- 20040304Uploaded byShameer Majeed
- 20040209Uploaded byShameer Majeed
- 20043200Uploaded byShameer Majeed
- 20040400Uploaded byShameer Majeed
- 20040300Uploaded byShameer Majeed
- SND Spray Nozzle Desuperheater-Installation Maintenance ManualUploaded byShameer Majeed
- Pump FoundationUploaded byShameer Majeed
- Bfp ProblemsUploaded byShameer Majeed
- Blowdown ValvesUploaded byShameer Majeed
- Combined-Cycle HRSG Shutdown, Layup, And Startup Chemistry Control -POWERUploaded byShameer Majeed
- N2 Blanketing (Power)Uploaded byShameer Majeed
- Blowdown TankUploaded byShameer Majeed
- ACC PerformanceUploaded byShameer Majeed

- 66404Uploaded byamdeva
- Londondipoledipole 150530052018 Lva1 App6891Uploaded byLarissa Risky Amalia
- Total Stress and Effective StressUploaded byDr-Moamen Raouf
- Sample Problems ExergyUploaded byLouie George McQuiles
- 14821 (1)Uploaded bySergio A. Rdz. F.
- Silicon Nitride Ceramic Ball Bearings Properties Advantages and ApplicationsUploaded byAbdul Rozaq
- Cox 1974Uploaded byelton
- Steel Design FlowCharts 4-17-17 (4) (1)Uploaded byHesham Mohamed
- Elements of rapid solidification.pdfUploaded byLuka Kelhar
- Mechanical Engineering ReviewerUploaded byedu_canete
- Pipeline Heat TransferUploaded byAhmed Rashied
- Continuous Beams.hUploaded byjmortiz72
- A1014Uploaded byAleksei Avila
- Hydrogen DamageUploaded bysirsa11
- whatisprestressedconcrete-140722125453-phpapp01Uploaded byJerome Ambagan
- Study of Copper Applications and Effects of Copper Oxidation in Microelectronic Package-Ying Zheng-May 2003Uploaded bybillionsweepsanon2349
- Group4_ProblemSet1Uploaded byMatthew Carandang
- Dynamic Shear RheometerUploaded byayazalikhan12
- SMART MATERIALS AND ITS APPLICATIONSUploaded byAjay Ajai
- Elements in Machine Design (j.t.) Module 5Uploaded byallovid
- ASM Metals Handbook CatalogoUploaded bymariscal_tadeo
- Stone ColumnsUploaded byNookendra Pradeep Raju Thota
- SPE-159801-MSUploaded bytomk2220
- 215R_74Uploaded byCatalin Boroianu
- Low Resistivity HfAlNiAu Ohmic Contact Scheme to n Type GaNUploaded byPawan Kumar
- 1.Design of SlabUploaded byKurt Nicolas Villegas Paquibo
- Guia de diseño carburo de tungstenoUploaded byGonzaloMartinezR
- Precipitation process along dislocations in Al–Cu–Mg alloy during artificial agingUploaded byHossein Yadollahtabar
- MTO CURVATURA MANDER.pdfUploaded bySergio Echeverría R
- Metalllurgy Syllabus S7Uploaded byEBBIE V AYROOKUZHY