Hyperbaric Fall-Time Viscometer Is PC-Based

Woodward, W. Stephen
October 2002
Electronic Design;10/28/2002, Vol. 50 Issue 23, p74
Trade Publication
Details the design of a computer-based hyperbaric fall-time viscometer. Use of a thick-walled metallic fall-tube; Relatively weak coupling between the video display terminal and the sinker.


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