Rheology An Historical Perspective

Features of this book: . Is the only book on the subject . Prevents the rediscovery of results already made . Will educate newcomers to the field to the rich heritage in even a relatively recent science like rheology.

Rheology  An Historical Perspective

The science of rheology remains a mystery to most people, even to some scientists. Some respectable dictionaries have been quite cavalier in their attitude to the science, the small Collins Gem dictionary, for example, being quite happy to inform us that a Rhea is an three-toed South American ostrich, whilst at the same time offering no definition of rheology. This maybe due to the fact that the science is interdisciplinary and does not fit well into any one of the historical disciplines. This book contains an in-depth study of the history of rheology, beginning with the statements of Heraclitus, Confucius and the prophetess Deborah. It also emphasises the distinctive contributions of Newton, Hooke, Boltzmann, Maxwell, Kelvin and others, and culminates in the flourishing activity in the second half of this century. Features of this book: . Is the only book on the subject . Prevents the rediscovery of results already made . Will educate newcomers to the field to the rich heritage in even a relatively recent science like rheology. The book will be invaluable for science and scientific history libraries and will also be of interest to rheologists, and scientists working in the polymer processing, food, lubrication, detergent and similar industries.

Rheology An Historical Perspective

Agassant) Fluid Mechanics of Viscoelasticity (R.R. Huilgol and N. Phan-Thien) Rheology: An Historical Perspective (R.I. Tanner and K. Walters) AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE R.l. Tanner PN. Russell Professor of Mechanical RHEOLOGY SERIES.

Rheology  An Historical Perspective

The science of rheology remains a mystery to most people, even to some scientists. Some respectable dictionaries have been quite cavalier in their attitude to the science, the small Collins Gem dictionary, for example, being quite happy to inform us that a Rhea is an three-toed South American ostrich, whilst at the same time offering no definition of rheology. This maybe due to the fact that the science is interdisciplinary and does not fit well into any one of the historical disciplines. This book contains an in-depth study of the history of rheology, beginning with the statements of Heraclitus, Confucius and the prophetess Deborah. It also emphasises the distinctive contributions of Newton, Hooke, Boltzmann, Maxwell, Kelvin and others, and culminates in the flourishing activity in the second half of this century. Features of this book: • Is the only book on the subject • Prevents the rediscovery of results already made • Will educate newcomers to the field to the rich heritage in even a relatively recent science like rheology. The book will be invaluable for science and scientific history libraries and will also be of interest to rheologists, and scientists working in the polymer processing, food, lubrication, detergent and similar industries.

Numerical Simulations

Rheological methods in food process engineering, Ed. Freeman Press, Michigan, USA. Tanner, R. I. & Walters, K. (1998). Rheology: An Historical Perspective, Rheology Series, vol. 7, Ed. Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Netherlands.

Numerical Simulations

This book will interest researchers, scientists, engineers and graduate students in many disciplines, who make use of mathematical modeling and computer simulation. Although it represents only a small sample of the research activity on numerical simulations, the book will certainly serve as a valuable tool for researchers interested in getting involved in this multidisciplinary field. It will be useful to encourage further experimental and theoretical researches in the above mentioned areas of numerical simulation.

An Introduction to Rheology

RHEOLOGY SERIES Advisory Editor : K. Walters FRS , Professor of Applied Mathematics , University of Wales , Aberystwyth ... 7 Rheology : An Historical Perspective ( R.I. Tanner and K. Walters ) The photograph used on the cover shows an ...

An Introduction to Rheology

This text introduces the subject of rheology in terms understandable to non-experts and describes the application of rheological principles to many industrial products and processes.

Rheology

Many books devoted to rheology were published during the 70 year history of this science. ... role in rheology can be found in a monograph: R.I. Tanner, K. Walters, Rheology: A Historical Perspective, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1998.

Rheology

There are few comprehensive books on the market on the subject of rheology – the complex science dealing with flow and deformation of matter – and these are several years old. At last there is now a book that explains the meaning of a science that many scientists need to use but only a few can fully grasp. It does so by striking the balance between oversimplification and overload of theory in a very compelling and readable manner. The author's systematic presentation enables the authors to include all components of rheology in one volume. The first four chapters of this book discuss various aspects of theoretical rheology and, by examples of many studies, show how particular theory, model, or equation can be used in solving different problems. The main emphasis is on liquids, but solid materials are discussed in one full chapter as well. Methods of measurement and raw data treatment are included in one large chapter which constitutes more than one quarter of the book. Eight groups of methods are discussed giving many choices for experimentation and guidance on where and how to use them properly. The final chapter shows how to use rheological methods in different groups of products and methods of their manufacture. Usefulness of chemorheological (rheokinetical) measurements is also emphasized. This chapter continues with examples of purposeful applications in practical matters.

Advances in the Flow and Rheology of Non Newtonian Fluids

RHEOLOGY SERIES Advisory Editor: K. Walters FRS, Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Wales, ... Agassant) Fluid Mechanics of Viscoelasticity (R.R. Huilgol and N. Phan-Thien) Rheology: An Historical Perspective (R.I. Tanner ...

Advances in the Flow and Rheology of Non Newtonian Fluids

These two volumes contain chapters written by experts in such areas as bio and food rheology, polymer rheology, flow of suspensions, flow in porous media, electrorheological fluids, etc. Computational as well as analytical mathematical descriptions, involving appropriate constitutive equations deal with complex flow situations of industrial importance. This work is unique in that it brings together state of the art reviews and recent advances in a variety of areas, involving viscoelastic materials, in a desirable and timely manner.

Generalized Models and Non classical Approaches in Complex Materials 1

J Fluid Mech 550:243–249 Rajagopal KR, R ̊užicka M (1996) On the modeling of electrorheological materials. ... Academic Press, New York, pp 239–353 Tanner RI, Walters K (1998) Rheology: an Historical Perspective, Rheology Series, vol 7.

Generalized Models and Non classical Approaches in Complex Materials 1

This book is the first of 2 special volumes dedicated to the memory of Gérard Maugin. Including 40 papers that reflect his vast field of scientific activity, the contributions discuss non-standard methods (generalized model) to demonstrate the wide range of subjects that were covered by this exceptional scientific leader. The topics range from micromechanical basics to engineering applications, focusing on new models and applications of well-known models to new problems. They include micro–macro aspects, computational endeavors, options for identifying constitutive equations, and old problems with incorrect or non-satisfying solutions based on the classical continua assumptions.

Rheology Volume I

Constitutive Equations for Polymer Melts and Solutions, Series in Chemical Engineering, Butterworths, Boston. ... [This book contains an in-depth study of the history of rheology, including an overview of various constitutive equations, ...

Rheology   Volume I

Rheology is a component of Encyclopedia of Chemical Sciences, Engineering and Technology Resources in the global Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), which is an integrated compendium of twenty Encyclopedias. Rheology is the study of the flow of matter. It is classified as a physics discipline and focuses on substances that do not maintain a constant viscosity or state of flow. That can involve liquids, soft solids and solids that are under conditions that cause them to flow. It applies to substances which have a complex molecular structure, such as muds, sludges, suspensions, polymers and other glass formers, as well as many foods and additives, bodily fluids and other biological materials. The theme on Rheology focuses on five main areas, namely, basic concepts of rheology; rheometry; rheological materials, rheological processes and theoretical rheology. Of course, many of the chapters contain material from more than one general area. Rheology is an interdisciplinary subject which embraces many aspects of mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering and biology. These two volumes are aimed at the following five major target audiences: University and College students Educators, Professional practitioners, Research personnel and Policy analysts, managers, and decision makers and NGOs.

Rheology

Many books devoted to rheology were published during the 70 year history of this science. ... role in rheology can be found in a monograph: R.I. Tanner, K. Walters, Rheology: A Historical Perspective, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1998.

Rheology

Rheology: Concepts, Methods and Applications, Third Edition provides a thorough historical and theoretical grounding in the field, and introduces rheology as the method of solving many practical problems in materials science and engineering. The book is practical and relevant for industry, but is also consistent with rheology courses in academia, making it relevant to both academics and accomplished rheologists in industry. The first four chapters discuss various aspects of theoretical rheology and, through examples from numerous studies, show how particular theories, models, or equations can be used in solving different problems. The shared experience and insight contained in these chapters assists practitioners carrying out rheological studies in generating relevant data. This helps to avert costly errors in analysis which are common when data are generated under the wrong conditions, or are incorrectly used. The fifth chapter covers methods of measurement and treatment of raw data—eight groups of methods are discussed in this chapter, providing the reader with many options for experimentation, along with guidance on where and how to use them properly. The final chapter demonstrates how to use rheological methods for different groups of products and manufacturing methods. The usefulness of chemorheological (rheokinetical) measurements is also emphasized. The chapter has a particular emphasis on real-world applications of rheology, and gives practical guidance to enable materials scientists to gather data and solve problems using these methods. This book is a systematic presentation of the subject of rheology—written by two of the foremost researchers in the field—showing the subject as an interrelated system of concepts, principal phenomena, experimental methods, and directions of their application. It also links with other branches of theoretical and applied sciences. Provides substantial experience and insight to assist rheologists working in a range of industries to generate relevant data, avoiding costly errors in analysis Includes eight groups of measurement methods, providing the reader with options so they can choose the most effective for their situation Offers thorough coverage of different applications of rheology, demonstrating how to use rheological methods for different products—from polymeric materials to food products, biological fluids, and electro and magnetic materials

Horizons in World Physics

[3] R. I. Tanner and K. Walters, Rheology: An Historical Perspective, volume 7 of Rheology Series, Elsevier, 1998. [4] G. Bossis and J. F. Brady, Dynamic Simulation of Sheared Suspensions. 1. General Method, Journal of Chemical Physics ...

Horizons in World Physics

This volume presents leading-edge research in physics from researchers around the world. Contents: Preface; Interface-Localised Mode in Bilayer Film Ferromagnetic Resonance Spectrum; On Similarity Waves in Compacting Media; Generalised Relativistic Dynamics of Charged Particle; Deviatoric Elasticity as a Mechanism describing Stable Shapes of Nanotubes; A Thermodynamic Approach for Predicting Micelle and Asphaltene-Micelle Formation; Asymptotic Theories for the Non-linear Analysis of Axisymmetric Laminated Cylindrical Shells; Statistical Dynamics of Energy Transfer in Direct Inelastic Gas-Surface Scattering within Dynamical Lie Algebraic Method; Topologically Charged Vortex in a Supersymmetric Kalb-Ramond Theory; The Effect of Fibre Curvature on Suspension Viscosity; Measurements of Reaction Cross-Sections and Determination of Nucleon Matter Density Distributions; Index.

Current Work in the History of Medicine

Tang, Isabel. Pomography : the secret history of civilization. London : Channel 4 Publ., 1999. 752217925. £18.99 Tanner, R. J. Rheology : an historical perspective. Amsterdam : Elsevier, I998. (Rheology series ; Vol. 7).

Current Work in the History of Medicine


Handbook of Formulating Dermal Applications

The chapter continues with a discussion of the various types of rheological additives that may modify the rheological behavior of the ... RI Tanner and K Walters, Rheology: An Historical Perspective, Amsterdam, Holland: Elsevier (1998).

Handbook of Formulating Dermal Applications

The conceptualization and formulation of skin care products intended for topical use is a multifaceted and evolving area of science. Formulators must account for myriad skin types, emerging opportunities for product development as well as a very temperamental retail market. Originally published as "Apply Topically" in 2013 (now out of print), this reissued detailed and comprehensive handbook offers a practical approach to the formulation chemist's day-to-day endeavors by: Addressing the innumerable challenges facing the chemist both in design and at the bench, such as formulating with/for specific properties; formulation, processing and production techniques; sensory and elegancy; stability and preservation; color cosmetics; sunscreens; Offering valuable guidance to troubleshooting issues regarding ingredient selection and interaction, regulatory concerns that must be addressed early in development, and the extrapolation of preservative systems, fragrances, stability and texture aids; Exploring the advantages and limitations of raw materials; Addressing scale-up and pilot production process and concerns; Testing and Measurements Methods. The 22 chapters written by industry experts such as Roger L. McMullen, Paul Thau, Hemi Nae, Ada Polla, Howard Epstein, Joseph Albanese, Mark Chandler, Steve Herman, Gary Kelm, Patricia Aikens, and Sam Shefer, along with many others, give the reader and user the ultimate handbook on topical product development.

Clays in the Critical Zone

Rheology: An Historical Perspective. Rheology Series, Vol. 7. New York, NY: Elsevier. Tansley, A. G. (1935). “The use and abuse of vegetational concepts and terms.” Ecology 16 (3): 284–307. Trimble, S. W. (2008).

Clays in the Critical Zone

A review of clays and clay minerals related to the geological, biological and material sciences in the Critical Zone.

The Rheology Handbook

... Serie : Moderne Lackiertechnik , Vincentz Network , Hannover , 2003 [ 216 ] Tanner , R.I. , Engineering rheology ... Tanner , R.I. , Walters , K. , Rheology - an historical perspective , Elsevier , Amsterdam , 1998 [ 217 ] Taylor ...

The Rheology Handbook


Engineering Rheology

Rheology: an historical perspective, Elsevier, Amsterdam. ... Rheological measurements, p. ... 102) and use it to show that N2 is zero for a dilute solution of dumbbells in a steady shear flow, no matter what the spring law is. 5.

Engineering Rheology

This book sets out to provide a guide, with examples, for those who wish to make predictions about the mechanical and thermal behaviour of non-Newtonian materials in engineering and processing technology. After an introductory survey of the field and a review of basic continuum mechanics, the radical differences between elongational and shear behaviour are shown. Two chapters, one based on a continuum approach and the other using microstructural approaches, lead to useful mathematical desriptions of materials for engineering applications. As examples of nearly-viscometric and nearly-elongational flows, there is a discussion of lubrication and related shearing flows, and fibre- spinning and film-blowing respectively. A long chapter is devoted to the important new field of computational rheology, and this is followed by chapters on stability and turbulence and the all-important temperature effects in flow. This new edition contains much new material not available in book form elsewhere-for example wall slip, suspension rheology, computational rheology and new results in stability theory.

Rheology Volume II

Tanner R.I. (2000) Engineering rheology 2nd Edition. Oxford University Press. [A comprehensive text book on the subject.] Tanner R.I. and Walters K. (1998) Rheology: An historical perspective. Elsevier. [A useful text on the history of ...

Rheology   Volume II

Rheology is a component of Encyclopedia of Chemical Sciences, Engineering and Technology Resources in the global Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), which is an integrated compendium of twenty Encyclopedias. Rheology is the study of the flow of matter. It is classified as a physics discipline and focuses on substances that do not maintain a constant viscosity or state of flow. That can involve liquids, soft solids and solids that are under conditions that cause them to flow. It applies to substances which have a complex molecular structure, such as muds, sludges, suspensions, polymers and other glass formers, as well as many foods and additives, bodily fluids and other biological materials. The theme on Rheology focuses on five main areas, namely, basic concepts of rheology; rheometry; rheological materials, rheological processes and theoretical rheology. Of course, many of the chapters contain material from more than one general area. Rheology is an interdisciplinary subject which embraces many aspects of mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering and biology. These two volumes are aimed at the following five major target audiences: University and College students Educators, Professional practitioners, Research personnel and Policy analysts, managers, and decision makers and NGOs.

Nonlinear Polymer Rheology

1 Tanner RI, Walters K. Rheology: an historical perspective. Elsevier, Amsterdam; 1998. 2 Rohn CL. Analytical polymer rheology: structure-processing-property relationships: Hanser Gardner Publications, Cincinnati, OH; 1995. 3 Tanner RI.

Nonlinear Polymer Rheology

Integrating latest research results and characterization techniques, this book helps readers understand and apply fundamental principles in nonlinear polymer rheology. The author connects the basic theoretical framework with practical polymer processing, which aids practicing scientists and engineers to go beyond the existing knowledge and explore new applications. Although it is not written as a textbook, the content can be used in an upper undergraduate and first year graduate course on polymer rheology. • Describes the emerging phenomena and associated conceptual understanding in the field of nonlinear polymer rheology • Incorporates details on latest experimental discoveries and provides new methodology for research in polymer rheology • Integrates latest research results and new characterization techniques like particle tracking velocimetric method • Focuses on the issues concerning the conceptual and phenomenological foundations for polymer rheology • Has a companion website for readers to access with videos complementing the content within several chapters

Blood Dynamics

Boger , D.V. and Walters , K. ( 1993 ) Rheological Series 4 , Rheological Phenomena in Focus . Elsevier , Amsterdam , p . 130 . 20 . ... Tanner , R.I. and Walters , Kenneth ( 1998 ) Rheology : An Historical Perspective .

Blood Dynamics

Today's resources on bloodstain analysis are still based on methods that were derived in the 1920s. Although medical and clinical research have provided a growing body of information on blood composition and behavior, this information has been ignored in favor of historical bloodstain analysis methods-until now. With 25 years of experience in the field, author Anita Wonder shows how to use these new methods for interpreting bloodstains, including non-Newtonian fluid behavior (a process that does not conform to Sir Isaac Newton's laws of motion) and three-dimensional dispersion modeling. Blood Dynamics focuses on how to accurately identify eight bloodstain pattern types and their permutations. It covers every aspect of bloodstain analysis, and shows how some standard practices of reconstruction are not only unnecessary for identification of blood dynamics, but can even be misleading. This book presents completely new scientific evaluations of blood dynamics and will fundamentally change the way in which bloodstains are interpreted. As such, it will be required reading for anyone who deals with blood evidence at the crime scene, in the lab, or in the courtroom. * Presents groundbreaking new methods for interpreting bloodstains, including non-Newtonian fluid behaviour and three-dimensional dispersion modelling * Covers every aspect of bloodstain analysis * Focuses on how to accurately identify eight bloodstain pattern types and their permutations * Author, Anita Wonder has 25 years of experience in the field of blood dynamics

Principles of Polymer Engineering Rheology

IV RHEOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF POLYMER FLUIDS 80 80 A. Introduction B. Shear Flow 1. Kinematics and Rheological Functions 2. Historical Perspective 3. Drag - Induced Rectilinear Shear Flow a . Sandwich Viscometer b .

Principles of Polymer Engineering Rheology

Provides the basic background needed by engineers to determine experimentally and interpret the rheological behavior of polymer melts--including not only traditional pure melts but also solutions and compounds containing anisotropic (fiber or disc) or colloidal particles--and apply it to analyze flow in processing operations. Experimental foundations of modern rheology and rheo-optics and the interpretation of experimental data are covered, which also develops the fundamentals of continuum mechanics and shows how it may be applied to devise methods for measurement of rheological properties, formulation of three-dimensional stress-deformation relationships, and analysis of flow in processing operations. Also discusses the structure of polymers and considers rheological behavior in terms of structure. Constitutive equations relating stress to deformation history in non-Newtonian fluids and their applications are discussed. Each chapter presents an overview of the subject matter and then develops the material in a pedagogical manner.

Rheology of Complex Fluids

Garland science, New York Han CD (2007) Rheology and processing of polymeric materials. Oxford University Press, New York ... London Tanner RI, Walters K (1998) Rheology: an historical perspective. Elsevier, Amsterdam Tirtaatmadja V, ...

Rheology of Complex Fluids

The aim of the School on Rheology of Complex fluids is to bring together young researchers and teachers from educational and R&D institutions, and expose them to the basic concepts and research techniques used in the study of rheological behavior of complex fluids. The lectures will be delivered by well-recognized experts. The book contents will be based on the lecture notes of the school.