Blood viscosity is the common factor ties all these factors together.
What does VISC stand for?
VISC stands for Viscosity
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We have 8 other meanings of VISC in our Acronym Attic
- Video Image Stabilization and Registration (image enhancement software)
- Vienna Interdisciplinary Symposium on Aortic Repair (cardiology)
- Virgin Islands Search and Rescue (British Virgin Islands)
- Voice Interoperability System for Amateur Radio
- Vulnerability Identification Self-Assessment Tool (US Department of Homeland Security)
- Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of the Western United States
- Volontari Italiani Scuola Beato Angelico
- Veterinary Insurance Services Company (Sacramento, CA)
- Vickers Viscount (turboprop airliner; UK)
- Virginia Tech Information Systems Center
- Visual Information Service Center
- Visual Information Support Center
- Visualization In Scientific Computing
- Vitreous Infusion Suction Cutter (ophthalmological instrument)
- Vitreous Infusion Suction Cutter (used to create a posterior sclerotomy)
- Voluntary Indicative Scale of Contributions (UNEP Environment Fund)
- Video System Control Architecture (Apple Computer)
- Visayas State College of Agriculture (now Leyte State University)
- Viscous and Aeroelastic Effects on Wind Turbine Blades (project)
- Organ (Prefix)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Therefore, elongational viscosity of polymers, which characterizes the resistance of a polymer to elongational deformation, is very high.
]) and real ([eta]') dynamic viscosity with increasing shear rate for rubber compounds.
It was shown by a round-robin test held in 2000 [1,2] that different rheometer designs gave different values of viscosity for the same concrete.
The rheological characteristics of a coating are best measured with a viscosity test using one of the two viscosity test methods: * AFS 407-87-TS, Brookfield Viscosity Test (rotational viscosity); * AFS 408-87-TS, Zahn Cup Viscosity Test (efflux or flow viscosity).
The new viscosity gear lube grade that fills the gap between the 75W-90 and 75W-140 viscosity gear lubes that most people are accustomed to using.
The viscosity ([eta]) is a measure of the resistance of uncured rubber to flow.
Lowers hardness of PUR and at low levels reduces the viscosity of prepolymers.