Rheidity

(1) The ability of a substance to yield to viscous flow under large strains. (2) One thousand times
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rheidity

(1) The ability of a substance to yield to viscous flow under large strains. (2) One thousand times the time required for a substance to stop changing shape when stress is no longer applied.
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rheidity

(from the article `rock`) Rheology is the study of the flow deformation of materials. The concept of rheidity refers to the capacity of a material to flow, arbitrarily defined ...
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