Words used in many contexts are sufficiently clear that an extensional
orientation can exist as a potential rather than actual power.
or elongational viscosity is ideal for studying the complex properties of many fluids used in industrial applications.
I will seek feedback from the external world, as I try to develop an extensional
orientation, a way of making sense of the world that lets my observations 'educate' my verbal definitions, rather than attempting the reverse (Johnston, 1994).
MM Prospect Infill & Extensional
Drilling and Ground Geophysical Survey
28) found that the formed extensional
force during cell growth was strong enough to induce the nanoclay's orientation in the cell wall.
An example of extensional
shear is depicted in the accompanying illustration of fiber extrusion.
i) (A, =, [not equal to], x) is a semigroup, where the semigroup operation "x" is strongly extensional
in the following way
However, there is another type of viscosity called extensional
or elongational viscosity.
As polymers are viscoelastic materials, extensional
viscosity (also known as elongational viscosity) as well as shear viscosity should be measured for a more complete understanding of a polymer's properties.
They characterized the extensional
rheology of dough prepared using a lubricated squeezing flow technique and a texture analyzer under constant strain rates.
The SER (Sentmanat extension rheometer) system extends a conventional steady rotational rheometer into a robust extensional
rheometer for melts and semi-solids, according to the company.
Previous studies (1-4) from our group have examined fluid properties (surface tension, high and low shear viscosities, storage moduli (G') and dynamic uniaxial extensional
viscosities (DUEVs) of water-soluble polymer blends and fully formulated waterborne coatings.