rheometry


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rhe·om·e·try

(rē-om'ĕ-trē),
Measurement of electrical current or blood flow.

rhe·om·e·try

(rē-om'ĕ-trē)
Measurement of electrical current or blood flow.
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To investigate the effect of EGMA and EMAGMA copolymers on PET by torque rheometry, two mixing sequences were used: in the first one, PET and EGMA or EMAGMA copolymers were added to the mixing chamber at the same time.
Rheometry of Cellulos Transfer Molding Process Biocomposites with
Mineral oil or silicon oil was applied around the hydrogel solution on the rheometry plate to avoid evaporation and questionable results.
If developed, it would have likely represented the same type of lower-cost alternative to parallel-plate or cone-and-plate rheometry that the MFR test represents when compared with capillary rheometry.
Rheological behavior of different cereals using capillary rheometry. Journal of Food Engineering, v.39, p.203-209, 1999.
Schramm, G., "A Practical Approach to Rheology and Rheometry," Gebrueder HAAKE GmbH, Karlsruhe (1994).
This is a comprehensive examination of rheometry theory and rheometrical techniques and their applications to characterizing the rheological behavior of pastes, suspensions, and granular materials.
Today, rheological instrumentation and rheometry are accepted techniques to more fully characterize, understand, and provide control for crude oil production and transportation.
Rheometry of pastes, suspensions, and granular materials; applications in industry and environment.
High-pressure capillary rheometry is a well-established method for simulating the processing conditions of molten polymers at high temperatures.
Rosand RH7-D/RH10-D and RH2000 capillary rheometers offer two low temperature control options that enable capillary rheometry to be applied to various materials.