Progress and Trends in Rheology V: Proceedings of the Fifth European Rheology Conference, Portorož, Slovenia, September 6-11, 1998
I. Emri, R. Cvelbar
Steinkopff, 1998 - Science - 622 pages
This book contains the proceedings of the Fifth European Rheology Conference, held in Portoroz, Slovenia, September 6 - 11, 1998.
The main topics are: Biorheology; Blends; Constitutive Theories and Equations; Electro- and Magnetorheology; Fluid Mechanics; Food Rheology; Industrial Rheology; Liquid Crystals; Materials Characterization; Molecular Dynamics and Theories; Numerical Simulations; Polymer Melts and Polymer Processing; Polymer Solutions; Rheology of Solids and Composites; Rheometry, Exp. Meth., Instrumentation; Surfactants; Suspensions, Emulsions, Dispersions, Gels; Time Dependent Phenomena.
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