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Stefan F.M. Kaufmann
Phase separation of o/w-emulsions by coalescence in hydrophobic membranes (Sandra Hoffmann)

Appl. Rheol. 10:3 (2000) 162-163

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Kaufmann SFM: Phase separation of o/w-emulsions by coalescence in hydrophobic membranes (Sandra Hoffmann), Appl. Rheol. 10 (2000) 162.

J.J.Resch, C.R.Daubert
A Recap of Rheological Analysis of Foods: Theory and Practice

Appl. Rheol. 10:3 (2000) 146-147

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Resch JJ, Daubert CR: A Recap of Rheological Analysis of Foods: Theory and Practice, Appl. Rheol. 10 (2000) 146.

E.J. Gleissle
3rd ESAFORM Conference on Material Forming

Appl. Rheol. 10:3 (2000) 145

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Gleissle W: 3rd ESAFORM Conference on Material Forming, Appl. Rheol. 10 (2000) 145.

E.J. Windhab
Fluid immobilization - a structure-related key mechanism for the viscous flow behavior of concentrated suspension systems

Appl. Rheol. 10:3 (2000) 134-139

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Windhab EJ: Fluid immobilization - a structure-related key mechanism for the viscous flow behavior of concentrated suspension systems, Appl. Rheol. 10 (2000) 134.

P.D. Anderson, H.E.H. Meijer
Chaotic mixing analyses by distribution matrices

Appl. Rheol. 10:3 (2000) 119-133

Distributive fluid mixing in laminar flows is studied using the concept of concentration distribution mapping matrices, which is based on the original ideas of Spencer & Wiley [1], describing the evolution of the composition of two fluids of identical viscosity with no interfacial tension. The flow domain is divided into cells, and large-scale variations in composition are tracked by following the cell-average concentrations of one fluid using the mapping method of Kruijt et al. [2]. An overview of recent results is presented here where prototype two- and three-dimensional timeperiodic mixing flows are considered. Efficiency of different mixing protocols are compared and for a particular example the (possible) influence of fluid rheology on mixing is studied. Moreover, an extension of the current method including the microstructure of the mixture is illustrated. Although here the method is illustrated making use of these simple flows, more practical, industrial mixers like twin screw extruders can be studied using the same approach.

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Anderson PD, Meijer HEH: Chaotic mixing analyses by distribution matrices, Appl. Rheol. 10 (2000) 119.

F. Hetzel, J. Nielsen, S. Wiesner, R. Brummer
Dynamic mechanical freezing points of cosmetic O/W emulsions and their stability at low temperatures

Appl. Rheol. 10:3 (2000) 114-118

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Hetzel F, Nielsen J, Wiesner S, Brummer R: Dynamic mechanical freezing points of cosmetic O/W emulsions and their stability at low temperatures, Appl. Rheol. 10 (2000) 114.

Martin Kroger, Jan Vermant
The structure and rheology of complex fluids (R.G. Larson)

Appl. Rheol. 10:3 (2000) 110-111

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Kroger M, Vermant J: The structure and rheology of complex fluids (R.G. Larson), Appl. Rheol. 10 (2000) 110.


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