Non-Isothermal Effects in the Elongational Flow of Polymer Melts
Non-isothermal histories occur in almost all polymer processing, and however only a few experimental and theoretical studies have been devoted to the rheological response of the polymeric fluids under non-isothermal conditions. A systematic study, which cannot however be considered exhaustive, has been recently carried out in this field by Bogue and coworkers1–3.
KeywordsStress Relaxation Free Volume Elongation Ratio Elongational Flow Polymeric Fluid
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