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210 Applied RheologyVolume 16 · Issue 4 Conference Report Lee on “Recent progress in computational rheol- ogy: high-resolution solutions”, (c) J. Vermant on “Structure and rheology of weakly aggregated 2D and 3D suspensions”, (d) F. Greco on “Non- standard statistical thermodynamics for entan- gled polymeric liquids”, (e) M. Gottlieb on “Rhe- ology and morphology in thermal gelation”, and (f) F. Lequeux on “Jamming and glassy behavior of concentrated suspensions”. The 10 major themes on rheology were: • Blends, copolymers and nanocomposites • Rheometry and beyond

REFERENCES [1] Moody V, Needles HL: Tufted Carpet, William Andrew Publishing, New York (2004). [2] Westfall PM, Conn W, Brown, RL: Foamed Latex Technology: Applications and Economics, Clemson Nonwovens Forum Collected Papers, June 1978. [3] Bikerman JJ: Foams, Springer-Verlag Inc., New York (1973). [4] Bikerman JJ: Foams and Emulsions: Formation, Properties and Breakdown, In Chemistry and Physics of Interfaces, American Chemical Society Publications, Washington (1965). [5] Triantafillopoulos N: Rheology of carpet compounds & adhesives, OMNOVA Solutions Report

der Hochpolymeren (E. Jenckel) und den Zusammen- hang der Molekülstruktur mit der chemischen Konstitution (F. Würstlin). —Jedem Forscher auf dem Gebiet der Hochpolymeren wird das Buch unerläßlich sein. Die zahlreichen Literaturstellen erleichtern ein tieferes Eindringen in ein spezielles Gebiet. Die äußere Ausstattung des Buches ist vorzüglich. Kiessig Rheology. Theory and Applications, 1. Band. Herausgegeben von Feedebick R. Eirich, Academic Press Inc., New York 1956, 761 Seiten. Preis DM 84.— Diese Bestandsaufnahme mußte einmal geschrieben werden, auch auf die

PAPER PHYSICS Model i n g the rheology of nanocel l u lose suspensions Antti Pu isto, Xavier I l ia, M ikael Mohtaschemi , and M ikko Alava KEYWORDS: Cellulose, Modeling, Rheology, Population balance, nano-whiskers, NFC SUMMARY: The transient response of a Population Balance based colloidal rheology model is studied in the context of nanofiber suspension rheology research. The model is calibrated against experimental rheology data for cellulose nano-whisker suspension and then subjected to transient shears . The non-equilibrium aggregate size

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Disperse Microstructure on Rheology and Quality Aspects of Ice Cream, Lebensmittel-Wissenschaft und -Technologie - Food Science and Technology 37 (2004) 881-891. [13] Kraynik AM, Reinelt DA: Linear Elastic Behaviour of Dry Soap Foams, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 181 (1996) 511-520. [14] Barigou M, Deshpande NS: The Flow of Gas-Liquid Foams in Vertical Pipes, Chemical Engineering Science 55 (2000) 4297-4309. [15] Blondin E, Doubliez L: Particle Imaging Velocimetry of a Wet Aqueous Foam With an Underlying Liquid Film, Experiments in Fluids 32 (2002) 294

CJS: The rheology of fiber suspensions, J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. 87 (1999) 369-402. [9] Larson RG: The rheology of dilute solutions of flexible polymers: Progress and problems, J. Rheology 49 (2005) 1-70. [10] Bergenholtz J: Theory of rheology of colloidal dispersions, Current Opinion Colloid Int. Sci. 6 (2001) 484-488. [11] Stickel JJ, Powell RL: Fluid mechanics and rheology of dense suspensions, Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 37 (2005) 129-149. [12] Choi SUS: Enhancing thermal conductivity of fluids with nanoparticles, in Developments and applications of non

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References [1] Barnes H. A., Hutton J. F., Walters K. F. R. S., An introduction to rheology, Elsevier Science, 1993, 1. [2] Malkin A. Y., Rheology fundamentals, Chem.Tec. Publishing, 1994. [3] Tadros T. F., Rheology of dispersions, Wiley-VCH Verlang GmbH & Co. KGaA, 2010, 44. [4] Eshtiaghi N., Markis F., Yap S. D., Baudez J. C., Slatter P., Rheological characterisation of municipal sludge: A review, Water Research, 2013, 47:15, 5493–5510. [5] Ratkovich N., Horn W., Helmus F. P., Rosenberger S., Naessens W., Activated sludge rheology: A critical review on data