Rheological properties on a viscoelastic melt — solid-particle system in a melting chamber
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Results are presented of a study of the viscosity and limiting shear stress of a disperse system simulating the rheological dynamics of a molten film in a heating chamber.
KeywordsViscosity Shear Stress Statistical Physic Rheological Property Disperse System
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