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Rheological Measurement

  • A. A. Collyer
  • D. W. Clegg

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXII
  2. Small Strain Measurements

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. G. Marin
      Pages 3-46
    3. H. H. Winter, M. Mours, M. Baumgärtel, P. R. Soskey
      Pages 47-98
    4. R. A. Pethrick
      Pages 99-137
    5. B. I. Nelson, J. M. Dealy
      Pages 138-164
  3. Large Strain Measurement

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 165-165
    2. M. R. Mackley, R. P. G. Rutgers
      Pages 167-189
    3. Chang Dae Han
      Pages 190-209
    4. R. C. Warren
      Pages 210-236
    5. J. M. Dealy, A. J. Giacomin
      Pages 237-259
    6. R. L. Powell
      Pages 260-298
    7. A. J. Giacomin, J. M. Dealy
      Pages 327-356
    8. W. Gleiβle
      Pages 357-391
    9. K. F. Wissbrun
      Pages 392-426
    10. G. J. Brownsey
      Pages 427-452
  4. Extensional and Mixed Flows

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 453-453
    2. A. G. Gibson
      Pages 455-491
    3. R. K. Gupta, T. Sridhar
      Pages 516-549
    4. A. G. Gibson, G. Kotsikos, J. H. Bland, S. Toll
      Pages 550-592
  5. Specialized Rheometers

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 593-593
    2. M. E. Mackay, D. V. Boger
      Pages 595-634
    3. M. E. Mackay
      Pages 635-665
    4. T. O. Broadhead, J. M. Dealy
      Pages 666-722
    5. B. Warburton
      Pages 723-754
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 755-779

About this book

Introduction

In an area as vast and important as rheology, it is essential that the experimentalist understands the underlying theories and shortcomings of the measurement technique used, that they are aware of the likely microstructure of the fluid under study and that from this they can appreciate how the fluid and the measuring system interact with each other.
This major handbook, written by an international group of experts in the range of rheological techniques, presents the state of the art in rheological measurement, and concentrates on the techniques and underlying physical principles.
The second edition, fully revised and updated to include new techniques is invaluable to polymer and materials scientists, engineers and technologists, and anyone else making rheological measurements on materials whether they be polymeric, biological, slurries, food or other complex fluids.

Keywords

complex fluid polymer rheology

Editors and affiliations

  • A. A. Collyer
    • 1
  • D. W. Clegg
    • 2
  1. 1.School of ScienceSheffield Hallam UniversityUK
  2. 2.School of EngineeringSheffield Hallam UniversityUK

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