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16.8.2 Droplet disruption in turbulent

16.8.2 Droplet disruption in turbulent

**flow**A general treatment of turbulent**flow**phenomena would take us too far afield but some of the salient results can be explored with little more than some elementary dimensional analysis .Page 992

... Macroscopic

... Macroscopic

**flow**behaviour of elastic fluids 18.4.2 Describing the dynamic ( oscillatory ) behaviour of viscoelastic fluids 18.4.3 Steady shear**flow**of viscoelastic fluids 18.4.4 Comparison between dynamic and steady shear**flow**...Page 1030

1 This is but one example of a large number of similar studies undertaken by Mason and his colleagues to relate the theoretical and experimental behaviour of rods , discs , and spheres in shear

1 This is but one example of a large number of similar studies undertaken by Mason and his colleagues to relate the theoretical and experimental behaviour of rods , discs , and spheres in shear

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MECHANICS | 675 |

ADSORPTION FROM SOLUTION | 709 |

THE ELECTROKINETIC EFFECTS | 786 |

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