English Edit

Etymology Edit

From rheo- +‎ -logic.

Adjective Edit

rheologic (not comparable)

  1. Of, or relating to, rheology: the deformation and flow of matter.
    • 2009 January, Notices of the American Mathematical Society[1], volume 56, number 1:
      The chemical industry uses mathematical models to simulate polymerization processes, pressing, or extrusion for complex rheologic materials, where the typical macro analysis of continuum mechanics must be connected to the micro one, the latter being more adequate to describe the complex rheology of materials with nanostructure.