rheology

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n rheology the branch of physics that studies the deformation and flow of matter
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Usage


In news:

International Specialty Products Inc (Wayne, N.J.) introduced Jaypol™ performance additives for water-based coatings, a series of dispersants, co-binders, and rheology modifiers based on acrylate chemistry.
Cationic -compatible Liquid Rheology Modifier.
Comparisons new rheology modifiers and several commercially available products demonstrate the new ingredients' superiority in effectively thickening formulations containing high concentrations of electrolytes.
Cationic-compatible Liquid Rheology Modifier .
"MED-6219 suits a wide variety of healthcare applications because of its rheology, optical clarity, and adjustable cure schedule," said Brian Reilly, Product Director – Healthcare Materials.
View Other Thickeners / Rheology Modifiers companies.
Using Rheology to Design Better Products—Yield Stress and How to Measure It.
Device Offers Insights on Rheology .
Thermo Fisher Scientific Supports Central College of the German Confectionery Industry with Rheology Instrument Donation.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Offers International Rheology Seminars Program.
He will also serve as president of Southern Clay Products, Inc, the company's U.S.-based rheologicals manufacturer.
Structure and Health Implications Chapter 4 Vegetable Oil -Based Ricinelaidic Acid Organogels–Phase Behavior, Microstructure and Rheology.
Controlling Rheology in Structural Adhesives.
The directed assembly of fumed silica particles can be used to improve the rheology control of structural adhesives.
Arch Introduces Rheology Modifier.
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In science:

Zubarev AY, Iskakova LY (2004) To the theory of rheological properties of ferrofluids: influence of drop-like aggregates.
Magnetism, FeS colloids, and Origins of Life
To validate the model, we use the rheological measurements presented in conducted for various Carbopol R(cid:13) solutions with concentrations (by weight) ranging in between 0.05% and 0.2%.
Linear Stability Analysis for Plane-Poiseuille Flow of an Elastoviscoplastic fluid with internal microstructure
Note that P l only depends on the rheological properties of the fluid and the geometry of the problem, thus as we increase Re in our analysis P l will remained fixed.
Linear Stability Analysis for Plane-Poiseuille Flow of an Elastoviscoplastic fluid with internal microstructure
Goldsmith H.L., Mason S.G., The microrheology of dispersions, in Rheology, theory and applications,Vol 4, F. R.
The camera method, or how to track numerically a deformable particle moving in a fluid network
Jr. & Evans, D. C. 1971 Kinetic theory and rheology of dumbbell suspensions with Brownian motion.
Orientation of non-spherical particles in an axisymmetric random flow
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