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The stability properties of some rheological flows Author: Demir, Huseyin ISNI: The stability of wall driven and thermally driven cavity flow is investigated for a wide range of viscous and viscoelastic fluids.
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The Rand Corporation, Santa Monica, California, U.S.A. Abstract. This paper describes briefly some of the non-Newtonian flow phenomena encountered in the flow of y emphasis is put on the interaction of shear-dependent and scale-dependent effects which occurs for slow flow in small The basic rheological properties of two Persian wheat flours - Tajan (11% protein) and Back Cross Roshan (8% protein) and two Australian wheat flours-JANZ (% protein) and Rosella (% protein Some remarkable results of two-component measurements in the rough wall boundary layer are presented additionally.
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The rheological properties of a nanoemulsion are characterized by measuring the relationship between the applied D. Puglia, J.M. Kenny, in Thermosets (Second Edition), Rheology of Polymer Nanocomposites. Rheology is a science that deals with the way materials deform when forces are applied to them.
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