This law says that viscosity is a number that can differ from one person to another. A viscosity of 0.1 can affect the amount of blood and urine you have in your urine, but a viscosity of 0.99 will produce a blood/urine mixture that’s much more than that. It’s pretty much a classic way of saying that the viscosity of a liquid varies. A viscosity of 0.
I’ve been told this is the first law of viscosity that I know of. I don’t know why but it’s a pretty good one.
So what is newton’s law of viscosity? It is a formula that relates the viscosity to a fluid’s shear rate. A shear rate is a measure of how fast the fluid is deforming. In other words, it determines how much movement it takes for the fluid to completely flow into a container. When considering the viscosity, we consider the shear rate of the fluid to be the same as the rate of deformation.
In the same way you wouldn’t say “I have some really thick grease on my hands,” you wouldn’t say “I have some really thick grease on my hands.” It’s just not the same thing. It doesn’t have the same meaning. You would think with the word grease in the first place, it would mean something more like “I have some liquid grease on my hands”. But that is not the case.
The word grease is a contraction of sheen and viscosity. Sheen is the rate of flow, and viscosity is the rate of deformation. So a thicker grease (higher viscosity) gives you more deformation and a thinner grease (lower viscosity) gives you less deformation. So in the same way that you wouldnt say I have some really thick grease on my hands, you wouldnt say I have some really thick grease on my hands.
The word “honey” is also the name of an unifying concept in the art realm. “Honey” in itself is a big deal because it’s not a general term, it’s a category of art that’s often used by artists as a way to describe the qualities of their work. Honey is a big deal because it’s an artist’s term that’s often used to describe his or her art.
But what is even more important than that is the fact that honey actually refers to the thickness of the oil paint as well as the thickness of the water. So when you think of it being a thick grease, you are actually thinking of a thick but viscous oil. If you are making something that is thick and viscous, you are making it thicker… than the oil… than the water… than the grease… than the sand.
For instance, I have a new technique that I use to apply color to certain surfaces. It works well on granite, marble, and other stone. It involves dipping the surface in a bucket of oil paint and then placing it on a surface that has a lot of oil on it. This creates a thin layer of oil on the surface and then the next layer is applied in the same manner.
Newton’s Law of Viscosity explains that a substance’s viscosity increases with the thickness, or mass, of the substance. That is, a substance that is thicker than water will flow more slowly and hold its shape longer. It’s a process called rheology. The same is true for color. A pigment’s thick consistency will impart a stronger color to the surface it is applied to. It is often called the Law of the Maximum Color.