Non-Newtonian Fluids, part 2 – Lecture 1.6 – Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics

Common types of non-Newtonian behavior (shear thinning, shear thickening, Bingham-plastic). Learn how to walk on water!

[NOTE: Closed captioning is not yet available for this video. Check back soon for updates.]

This video is part of a series of screencast lectures presenting content from an undergraduate-level fluid mechanics course in the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University (College Station, TX, USA).

The screencasts have been prepared in 720p HD with accompanying closed captioning for enhanced accessibility.

My inspiration for producing this series of videos has been my lifelong personal journey to understand fluid mechanics and explain its beauty to others in a straightforward way. I have received no external support for this project…the effort is purely a labor of love.

I would like to acknowledge Aashish Priye and Jamison Chang for assistance in developing the materials and preparing the captioning.

Please feel free to share any comments or suggestions.

Best wishes,
Victor Ugaz

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