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Shear rate

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noun

(fluid mechanics) The rate of change of velocity at which one layer of fluid flows over an adjacent parallel layer, often expressed in seconds-1.


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Shear rate is the relative velocities in laminar flow of adjacent parallel layers of a fluid body at which shear is applied.


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