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Kinematic Viscosity

In simplest terms, the viscosity of a fluid is the measurement of its resistance to deformation at a specified rate. For liquids, viscosity directly corresponds

3d printing

How To Strengthen 3D Printed Parts

Additive Manufacturing is gradually gaining inertia throughout the different branches of industry. However, one of the mains obstacles is the endurance and performance the parts

Mollier diagram water steam

Mollier Diagram – A Basic Guide

Most engineering installations and equipment are subjected to (and designed to withstand) a variety of atmospheric conditions and over a wide range of temperature, pressure,

The cardiosurgeon demonstrates the heart printed on a 3d printer

3D Printing in Surgery

Surgical interventions are now relying more and more on 3D printing to gain a deeper insight into complex operations and devise surgical interventions. All the

Pressure meters on natural gas pipeline

The Venturi Effect explained

The Venturi Effect was discovered by Italian physicist Giovanni Battista Venturi who lived between 1746 and 1822. In practice there were a number of other

Watt's law formula: P=IV, where I=current, P=power, V=voltage

What is Watt’s law?

In the study of electronics, many laws and theories exist. These laws enable us to understand the workings of electric circuits and components. One such

shot blasting machine

A Guide to Shot Blasting / Shot Peening

Shot peening (also known as shot blasting) is a surface conditioning process carried out after various manufacturing processes. In simple terms it increases/improves the surface

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