Article - 11 Nov 2015
Flow of a number of complex fluids like surfactant mesophases, emulsions and network forming polymers is induced only when the applied stress is more than a specific value, which is called the yield...
Article - 28 Aug 2017
Many complex fluids, such as surfactant mesophases, network forming polymers, emulsions etc. do not flow until the applied stress crosses a certain critical value, called the yield stress.
Article - 20 Oct 2007
Rheology is the science of studying the flow and deformation of materials rooted in the laws of elasticity and viscosity proposed by Hooke and Newton in the late 17th Century. Thermoplastic polymer...
Article - 16 Oct 2018
This article provides an introduction to Rheology - the study of the flow and deformation of matter which describes the interrelation between force, deformation and time.
Article - 16 Aug 2007
Polymers are complicated materials to characterize rheologically because there are many factors that influence their flow properties.
Article - 4 Nov 2014
TPE has become highly popular in the past two decades. They offer attractive properties that are rubber-like enabling aspect and easy plastic processing.
Article - 28 Oct 2013
Rheological testing refers to the measuring of the deformation of matter under the influence of imposed stress and analyzing the internal response of materials to forces.
Article - 13 Apr 2005
The rheology of polymers is impostant as it directly influences flow during processing. Rotational and capillary extrusion rheometers are reviewed and property determination outlined. Examples are...
Article - 9 Jun 2015
The improperly formulated waterborne coatings are inferior in terms of flow properties, application properties, leveling, and film build.
Article - 17 Nov 2010
The following ten points highlight general methods of designing and interpreting rheological tests to optimize sample stability. These points are particularly applicable to colloidal systems such as...