Weissenberg effect

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The Weissenberg effect is a phenomenon that occurs when a spinning rod is inserted into a solution of elastic liquid. Instead of being thrown outward, the solution is drawn towards the rod and rises up around it.[1] This is a direct consequence of the normal stress that acts like a hoop stress around the rod.

The effect is named after Karl Weissenberg.

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