Rheometer - ARES LS1 - Status: Available
||A viscometer measures the viscosity of a liquid at a fixed shear rates (or rotational speed). The ARES LS1 rheometer measures the viscosity of a material dynamically as it is deformed.Latest Status Log EntrySep 9, 2021 - Resource Status Up - Rheometer appears to be working properly. Circuit boards had been taken out and put back in.|
The TA Instruments ARES LS1 is a rotational rheometer that can be used to measure shear viscosity, viscoelastic functions, creep, and yield stress of liquids, suspensions, and gels using different geometries such as cone-and-plate, parallel-plate, and concentric cylinder. Tests can be performed under "steady state" or "oscillatory" modes with a torque range of 0.2 microNewton-meters to 100 milliNewton-meters. Normal force can also be measured between 0.002 and 20 N. Temperature is controlled between room temperature and 150C via a circulating bath.