ANALYSIS ON DIFFERENT TYPES OF VISCOMETERS, DESIGN, MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY

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S. Aruna, G. Shantha

Abstract

A possible quality control parameter for a simple and quick fluid evaluation is a viscosity as a sensitive
measurement of fluid changes. Viscosity measurement is important both as a potential hemodynamic biomarker
for quality assurance for liquid products and for the monitoring of viscosity of clinical fluids. In order to test
kerosene, ethanol and plasma, the fabricated viscometer yielded the following findings; respectively 0.00134,
0.0011 and 0.0034. These values are closely related to various literature and a significant average 5.9%
error.This demonstrates that the produced viscometer is reliable and compliant and can be used for
laboratory, building, food processing, and education purposes. Even after so much development, the
choice of best production systems in terms especially of simplifying the process, cost and time is also
one of the constant challenges facing the development of micro-fluidic devices. Here is a 3-D electrofluidic
viscometer printed (EMV).By automatically evaluating the transit time of the sample fluid versus the
reference fluid viscosity under laminar flow, the EMV measures it. We disregard the various types of
viscometers, design, materials and technology in this paper.

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