See Equivalent Alkane Carbon Number.
See Emulsifying Activity Index.
Electron-Beam Dry Scrubbing Reactor. See Aerosol Reactor.
See Emulsifying Capacity.
In turbulent flow applications, the effective viscosity is increased because of increased shear stresses (internal friction) due to the increased momentum transfer caused by eddies. The eddy viscosity is a function of the flow, not of the fluid, and increases with increasing turbulence. In turbulent flow applications, the kinematic viscosity is usually simply replaced by the eddy kinematic viscosity because the eddy viscosity is typically of the order of one hundred thousand times the kinematic viscosity. Also termed Kinematic Eddy Viscosity.
See Eddy Kinematic Viscosity.
See Shortpass Filter.
See Electric Double Layer.
See Energy-Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy.
Electron energy loss spectroscopy. See Characteristic Energy-Loss Spectroscopy.
A measure or estimate of particle size based on the properties or behavior of the particles in a particular system.
For foams or emulsions flowing in porous media, the foam's effective viscosity is that calculated from Darcy's law. This calculation is an approximation because foams are compressible, and foams and emulsions are usually non-Newtonian.
Energetic Ion Analysis. See Ion-Scattering ...