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- noun The study of the deformation and flow of matter.
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- noun physics The branch of physics that studies the deformation and flow of matter.
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- noun the branch of physics that studies the deformation and flow of matter
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At this point it requires some rheology of materials, but if the planet were rotating the bulge would remain pointing radially towards the star and the rotation would force the material to deform as it rotates.
First, in a human blood rheology study, astaxanthin supplementation created significant improvement in capillary blood flow.
Having considered a hierarchy of stand-alone sea-ice models with different dynamic parameterizations, SIMIP found the viscous-plastic rheology to provide the best simulation results and adopted it as a starting point for further optimizations .
Other developments, including the elastic-viscous-plastic rheology , are helpful in acheiving high computational efficiency.
The rheology of the Ellesmere Island ice shelves might be interesting.
The American Institute of Physics AIP calls itself “A Federation of the Physical Sciences,” including acoustics, astronomy, geophysics, and rheology.
Lucia provided very good commentary on the rheology of non-Newtonian fluids.
R., and Holdsworth, G., 1986: An investigation of low-stress ice rheology on the Ward-Hunt Ice Shelf.
I presume that “ick” is a technical term in rheology.
This article describes some terms common in rheology.