Polymer rheology: theory and practice
This book presents a comprehensive discussion of the various aspects of both theoretical and applied rheology. Attention is focused on those aspects that are most important today, namely the general laws of rheological behaviour of composite systems, including blends of polymers, copolymers and filled compositions.
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Some Theoretical and Numerical Approaches to Describing
Rheological Properties Relaxation Behavior and Rupture
Rheological Relaxation Properties of Polymer Blends
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blend compositions block copolymers calculated carbon black chemical coefficient components considered corresponding curves of G deformation rate determined dispersed phase dynamic characteristics dynamic modulus elastic elastomers entanglements equation experimental fgets filled polymer filler concentration float POINTER flow fluid formation fprintf fracture frequency friction glass transition temperature homologous series homopolymers increase initial viscosity interaction interphase krrm linear polymers loss modulus macromolecule material matrix mechanical modulus G molecular weight narrow MWD observed obtained parameters PECP Phys physicomechanical plateau plots of G PMMA Pokrovsky polybutadiene polymer blends polymer matrix polymer melts polymer systems polystyrene properties of polymer relation relaxation processes relaxation properties Rheol rheological behavior rheological properties rubber rubber-like samples SBS block copolymer shear rate shear stress solution storage modulus strain structure temperature dependences terminal zone thixotropic values Vinogradov viscoelastic behavior viscoelastic properties Vysokomol Yanovsky yield point Yu.G