Amazing Honey Coiling High Speed Video! - Smarter Every Day 53
By FizziksGuy, 10/10/2013
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This is called the "Liquid Rope Coil Effect". Roped behave the same way when dropped from high. See the raw high speed footage here: [url="http://bit.ly/RawHoneyData"]http://bit.ly/RawHoneyData[/url]
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The graphs are scientifically accurate!
My pancreas almost shut down after the test tube scene. I kept getting corn syrup/molasses/honey on my hands and licked it off. Seriously.... I started feeling weird.
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Kinematic Viscosity is simply the Dynamic Viscosity divided by the Density
Read an article by the Royal Society on the Math involved. Hope you like math:
Here's a great paper that describes the 4 flow regimes very well.
The high speed was shot with a Phantom V10: [url="http://www.visionresearch.com/Products/High-Speed-Cameras/v10/"]http://www.visionresearch.com/Products/High-Speed-Cameras/v10/[/url]
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