Determining the rheological properties of compressible powder materials in the high-temperature range
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We discuss the behavior of powder materials in the case of high-temperature deformation. We have ascertained rheological variables and the possible types of rheological curves for the case of unilateral compression. We propose methods for the determination of the rheological properties, based on experimental data.
KeywordsExperimental Data Statistical Physic Rheological Property Powder Material Rheological Curf
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