Browsing by Subject "Structural parameter"
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Förster resonant energy transfer from an inorganic quantum well to a molecular material: Unexplored aspects, losses, and implications to applications
(2015)A systematic investigation of Förster resonant energy transfer (FRET) is reported within a hybrid prototype structure based on nitride single quantum well (SQW) donors and light emitting polymer acceptors. Selfconsistent ...

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The impact of network structure on the stability of greedy protocols
(2003)A packetswitching network is stable if the number of packets in the network remains bounded at all times. A very natural question that arises in the context of stability and instability properties of such networks is how ...

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On the early breakdown of semisolid suspensions
(2007)Semisolid materials are suspensions of metal alloys which are processed while in a mushy state. In this state, the suspensions behave as viscoplastic materials with timedependent material properties. During processing, ...

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On the early breakdown of semisolid suspensions
(2007)Semisolid materials are suspensions of metal alloys which are processed while in a mushy state. In this state, the suspensions behave as viscoplastic materials with timedependent material properties. During processing, ...

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On the modeling of semisolid suspensions
(2008)Due to the distinct rheology of semisolid slurries the process has well established advantages over competing nearnetshape manufacturing technologies. Despite the obvious advantages of the process its adoption by the ...

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Predictions of structure breakdown, buildup and shear banding in semisolid suspensions
(2008)When SSM material is subjected to a sudden transient the rate of buildup (aging) is negligible compared to the rate of breakdown (shear rejuvenation). While this is generally true, due to prolonged processing or the geometry ...

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Predictions of structure breakdown, buildup and shear banding in semisolid suspensions
(2008)When SSM material is subjected to a sudden transient the rate of buildup (aging) is negligible compared to the rate of breakdown (shear rejuvenation). While this is generally true, due to prolonged processing or the geometry ...

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Shear rejuvenation, aging and shear banding in yield stress fluids
(2009)The purpose of this work is to simulate shear rejuvenation and aging effects in shear thinning yield stress fluids in a typical rotational rheometer and to provide a common framework to describe the behavior of yield stress ...

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Shear rejuvenation, aging and shear banding in yield stress fluids
(2009)The purpose of this work is to simulate shear rejuvenation and aging effects in shear thinning yield stress fluids in a typical rotational rheometer and to provide a common framework to describe the behavior of yield stress ...

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Squeeze flow of semisolid slurries
(2013)A standard method used to determine material properties of semisolid slurries is the squeeze flow experiment

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Squeeze flow of semisolid slurries
(2013)A standard method used to determine material properties of semisolid slurries is the squeeze flow experiment

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Squeeze flow of semisolid slurriesAAA
(2013)A standard method used to determine material properties of semisolid slurries is the squeeze flow experiment in which a fixed amount of material is squeezed under constant force or velocity. The relation between the force ...

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Thixotropic flow past a cylinder
(2014)We study the flow of a thixotropic fluid around a cylinder. The rheology of the fluid is described by means of a structural viscoplastic model based on the Bingham constitutive equation, regularised using the Papanastasiou ...

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Thixotropic flow past a cylinder
(2014)We study the flow of a thixotropic fluid around a cylinder. The rheology of the fluid is described by means of a structural viscoplastic model based on the Bingham constitutive equation, regularised using the Papanastasiou ...