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. Benyahia, D. Durand, T. Nicolai: Dynamical mechanical properties of suspensions of micellar casein particles, Journal of Colloïd and Interface Science 287 (2005) 468-475. [6] A. Pitkowski, T. Nicolai, D. Durand: Dynamical characterization of gelling micellar casein particles, J. Rheology 51 (2007) 971-986. [7] A. A. Potanin, N. B. Uriev: Microrehological models of aggregated suspensions in shear flow, J. Coll. Int. Sci. 142 (1989) 385-395. [8] R. C. Sontag, W. B. Russel: Structure and break-up of flocs subjected to fluid stresses, J. Coll. Int. Sci. 113 (1986) 399

J. Non-Equilib. Thermodyn. 2006 Vol. 31 pp. 205–230 J. Non-Equilib. Thermodyn. 2006 Vol. 31 No. 3 6 Copyright 2006 Walter de Gruyter Berlin New York. DOI 10.1515/JNETDY.2006.010 Bubble Nucleation, Growth, and Deformation in Shear Flows Stefan aus der Wieschea Thermische Verfahrenstechnik und Anlagentechnik, University of Paderborn, Warburger Strasse 100, 33098 Paderborn, Germany aPresent address: Kautex Textron GmbH & Co. KG, Kautexstr. 52, 53229 Bonn, Germany (stefan.wiesche@kautex.textron.com) Communicated by Manfred Groll, Stuttgart, Germany Abstract Phase

e-Polymers 2009, no. 087 http://www.e-polymers.org ISSN 1618-7229 Predicting flow induced change in phase diagram of polymer solutions in simple shear flow Saeedeh Mazinani,1 Farhad Sharif,2* Naser Mohammadi 3 1Department of Polymer Engineering, Amir Kabir University of Technology (Polytechnic of Tehran), 424 Hafez Avenue, Tehran, Iran. Currently Ph.D. candidate of Ecole Polytechnic of Montreal, Montreal, Canada; e-mail: saeedeh.mazinani @ polymtl.ca 2*Department of Polymer Engineering, Amir Kabir University of Technology (Polytechnic of

Torsional Shear Flow of Nematic and Cholesteric Liquid Crystals Part I: Nematic Phase J . Wahl Physikalisches Institut der Universität Münster Z. Naturforsch. 34a, 8 1 8 - 8 3 1 (1979); received April 6, 1979 The simple shear flow of a homeotropic nematic layer in an electric field normal to the layer is studied theoretically and experimentally. Several material constants of MBBA are determined as a function of temperature. 1. Introduction The present work is an extension of a previously published work [1] on studying simple shear flow of liquid

J. Non-Equilib. Thermodyn. 2005 Vol. 30 pp. 205–213 J. Non-Equilib. Thermodyn. 2005 Vol. 30 No. 36 Copyright 2005 Walter de Gruyter Berlin New York. DOI 10.1515/JNETDY.2005.016 Free surface shear flows induced by Marangoni and alternating electromagnetic forces François Bioul* and François Dupret Centre for Systems Engineering and Applied Mechanics, Université catholique de Louvain, 4 Avenue Georges Lemaître, B-1348 Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium *Corresponding author (bioul@mema.ucl.ac.be) Abstract One of the e¤ects of radio-frequency (RF) alternating

REFERENCES [1] Rouse PE: A theory of the linear viscoelastic properties of dilute solutions of coiling polymers. J. Chem. Phys. 21 (1953) 1272–1280. [2] Freire JJ, Rey A, García de la Torre J: Monte Carlo calculations for linear and star polymers 2. Nonpreaveraged study of hydrodynamic properties at the theta state. Macromolecules 19 (1986) 457–462. [3] Laso M, Kröger M, Alba-Pérez A, Öttinger HC: Variance reduced brownian simulation of a bead-spring chain under steady shear flow considering hydrodynamic interaction effects. J. Chem. Phys. 113 (2000) 4767

©FTeund Publishing House Ltd. London International Journal of Turbo and Jet Engines, 19, 207-217 (2002) Similarity in Free and Bounded Shear Flows T.J. Ignatius* and E. Ra thakr i shnan" Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India Abstract This paper presents the results of an experimental investigation on the free and bounded shear flows. The results show that it is possible to obtain similarity of the free and bounded shear flows with appropriate scales. It is shown that there exists a single relation for length

with turbulent jets by employing methods analogous to those for laminar flow. For this, the reader is referred to his book [111]. An extensive bibliography given by Forstall and Shapiro [124] wiH be helpful to readers wishing to pursue the subject of jets further. CHAPTER 6. TURBULENT STRUCTURE OF SHEAR FLOWS B,33. The Nature of the Subject. Dating from about 1925 many investigators have applied the hot wire anemometer in aerodynamic ex­ periments in an effort to learn something about turbulence through meas­ urement. Over the years these efforts have borne

Der Einfluß magnetischer Felder auf die Torsionsscherung von MBBA Th. Waltermann und F. Fischer * Physikalisches Institut der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster (Z. Naturforsch. 30 a, 5 1 9 - 5 2 7 [1975] ; eingegangen am 26. Februar 1975) Torsional Shear Flow of MBBA in Magnetic Fields Quantitative results are reported on the influence of a homogeneous magnetic field upon the torsional shear flow of a homeotropic layer at 22.5 °C. In subcritical fields Hx parallel to the layer, as well as in weak fields Hz normal to the layer, one gets K3//u0 £a

delivery as, e.g., in [ 24 , 30 ]. In [ 18 ], Masoud, Stone and Shelley studied numerically the influence of the permeability on the rotation rate of a porous ellipsoid in simple shear flows at the Stokes regime, based on the Brinkman–Debye–Bueche model, by a domain integral technique. Their ellipsoid is rotating with a fixed mass center at the middle of the computational domain. In [ 15 ], Li, Ye and Liu used the volume-averaged macroscopic momentum equations to formulate the flow field inside and outside the moving porous particle. They studied the effect of the fluid