On the use of open-channel flows to measure the second normal stress difference
In steady isothermal shearing flow of an incompressible viscoelastic fluid, the fluid behavior is completely determined by three viscometric functions (Pipkin, 1972); they are the viscosity function η, the first normal stress difference N 1 and the second normal stress difference N 2.
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