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Rheologica Acta

, Volume 14, Issue 5, pp 436–446 | Cite as

Experimental investigations into an isothermal spinning threadline: Extensional rheology of a Separan AP 30 solution in glycerol and water

  • C. A. Moore
  • J. R. A. Pearson
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Summary

Experimental observations on a steady isothermally extending filament of a water/glycerol solution of Separan AP 30 are presented. Photographic records were analysed to give filament diameter (and hence filament speed) as a function of distance below the extrusion die (a glass capillary). Measurements of inline tension were also made. When effects of weight, surface tension and air drag were accounted for, the extensional stress at every point along the filament could be calculated. Results for stress versus extension rate are presented for various flow situations.

Independent rheogoniometric measurements of simple shear viscosity, first and second normal stress differences, and of a crude relaxation time were also made at comparable rates of deformation.

Comparison shows that apparent extensional viscosities are several orders of magnitude larger than corresponding simple shear viscosities. After discussion, no conclusion can be drawn about what constitutive equation is most suitable to describe the results.

An analysis to predict air drag is given.

Keywords

Surface Tension Normal Stress Constitutive Equation Shear Viscosity Extension Rate 
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© Dr. Dietrich Steinkopff Verlag 1975

Authors and Affiliations

  • C. A. Moore
    • 1
  • J. R. A. Pearson
    • 1
  1. 1.Dept. of Chem. Engineering & Chem.Technology Imperial CollegeLondonEngland

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