hyperviscosity love

Definitions

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  • noun Increased viscosity, especially of the blood.

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ viscosity

Examples

  • #73 — Gerald, on page 386 of your paper, where you discuss the results in Figure 8, of tuning a hyperviscosity calculation to have zero amplitude coincident with regular viscosity, you say that, the general features of the soution are similar but the details are quite different.

    Solar Proxies « Climate Audit

  • Changing the grid means changing the hyperviscosity and that is already well known.

    Exponential Growth in Physical Systems « Climate Audit

  • Different types of dissipative operators like hyperviscosity used rampantly in atmospheric models produce different estimates of the minimal scale and their use changes the solution from that of the “standard” dissipative operator.

    Exponential Growth in Physical Systems « Climate Audit

  • In case of hyperviscosity one can define a similar Kolmogorov length scale and the same rule applies.

    Exponential Growth in Physical Systems « Climate Audit

  • After the derivation of the hydrostatic equations, approximations of the turbulent boundary layer, eddy viscosity (much larger than the true atmospheric viscosity and sometimes even of a different type, e.g. hyperviscosity), and all kinds of approximations to various atmospheric phenomena (parameterizations) are added onto the hydrostatic equations.

    Gerry Browning: Numerical Climate Models « Climate Audit

  • Theoretically this transfusion of blood from the placenta to the infant might cause hypervolaemia, polycythemia and hyperviscosity, and also hyperbilirubinaemia.

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  • Patients at risk may include those with a history of atherosclerosis, multiple cardiovascular risk factors, advanced age, impaired cardiac output, and/or known or suspected hyperviscosity, hypercoagulable disorders, and prolonged periods of immobilization.

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  • Patients at risk may include those with a history of atherosclerosis, multiple cardiovascular risk factors, advanced age, impaired cardiac output, and / or known or suspected hyperviscosity, hypercoagulable disorders, and prolonged periods of immobilization.

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  • Patients at risk may include those with a history of atherosclerosis, multiple cardiovascular risk factors, advanced age, impaired cardiac output, and / or known or suspected hyperviscosity, hypercoagulable disorders, and prolonged periods of immobilization.

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  • The plasma cell clone produces a monoclonal (M) protein that can lead to renal failure caused by light chains (Bence Jones protein) or hyperviscosity from excessive amounts of M protein in the blood.

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