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Calculating Pressure, Pipe Measurement, and Flow Rate Requirements for a Non-Newtonian Fluid

When pumping fluids over long distances, the required pressure, pipe diameter, and flow rate is calculated. For non-Newtonian fluids, it is sufficient to consider them as power law fluids, in terms of processing, due to the shear rates.

Malvern presents an example of a shampoo product being transported through a straight pipe with a radius of 0.0125m and a length of 10m.

To find out more about this example such as the volumetric flow, rotational rheometer measurements, loading sequences, and shear rate calculations, download this free whitepaper.

Calculating Pressure, Pipe Measurement, and Flow Rate Requirements for a Non-Newtonian Fluid

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