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J. Vermant, A.B.D. Brown, M. Kroger
Time resolved evolution of soft condensed matter under flow

Appl. Rheol. 9:1 (1999) 38-39

Cite this publication as follows:
Vermant J, Brown ADB, Kroger M: Time resolved evolution of soft condensed matter under flow, Appl. Rheol. 9 (1999) 38.

Thomas Schweizer
Werner Kuhn symposium

Appl. Rheol. 9:1 (1999) 34-37

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Schweizer T: Werner Kuhn symposium , Appl. Rheol. 9 (1999) 34.

Gavin J. C. Braithwaite, Gareth H. McKinley
Microrheometry for Studying the Rheology and Dynamics of Polymers near

Appl. Rheol. 9:1 (1999) 27-33

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Braithwaite GJC, McKinley GH: Microrheometry for Studying the Rheology and Dynamics of Polymers near, Appl. Rheol. 9 (1999) 27.

Hans Christian Öttinger
Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics - A Tool for Applied Rheologists

Appl. Rheol. 9:1 (1999) 17-26

GENERIC is reviewed not only as a new general framework for modeling nonequilibrium systems, but also as a new way of thinking about nonequilibrium dynamics. This unified framework of nonequilibrium thermodynamics is shown to be deeply rooted in the ample accumulated experience with nonequilibrium systems and, provided that state variables with slow and fast time-evolution can be separated, the framework can actually be derived. In view of its natural capability of modeling systems on different levels of description, GENERIC is ideal for the highly topical attempts of .bridging scales. in science and engineering. The practical usefulness of GENERIC as a powerful tool in the phenomenological and structure-guided modeling of complex fluids is illustrated through two examples.

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Ottinger HC: Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics - A Tool for Applied Rheologists, Appl. Rheol. 9 (1999) 17.

Karim Bekkour
Evaluation of Slip Effects in the Capillary Flow of Foams

Appl. Rheol. 9:1 (1999) 10-16

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Bekkour K: Evaluation of Slip Effects in the Capillary Flow of Foams, Appl. Rheol. 9 (1999) 10.


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