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Canmaking pp 245-266 | Cite as

Practical rheology

  • T. A. Turner
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Abstract

Rheology is defined as the science of flow of matter or materials. In the context of metal packaging it involves the study of the viscosity, elasticity and plastic behaviour of coatings and inks. It is a complex subject in which measurement techniques give information that is often difficult to interpret precisely, especially in complex systems such as highly viscous printing inks.

Keywords

Plastic Viscosity Rotational Viscometer Viscosity Difference Deck Plate Printing Plate 
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© T.A. Turner 1998

Authors and Affiliations

  • T. A. Turner
    • 1
  1. 1.Crown Cork & SealWantageUK

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