non-Newtonian fluid

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non-Newtonian +‎ fluid

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non-Newtonian fluid (plural non-Newtonian fluids)

  1. (physics) a fluid whose stress at each point is not linearly proportional to the strain rate at that point; i.e. its viscosity depends on the applied shear force

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