David C. Venerus

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Anyone who has enjoyed a glass of wine has undoubtedly noticed the regular pattern of liquid beads that fall along the inside of the glass, or 'tears of wine.' The phenomenon is the result of a flow against gravity along the liquid film on the glass, which is induced by an interfacial tension gradient. It is generally accepted that the interfacial tension(More)
Synopsis Using self-designed particle visualization instrumentation, startup shear and step strain tests were conducted under a series of systematically varied rheological and geometrical conditions, and the velocity profiles of three different well-entangled polybutadiene/oligomer solutions were obtained. For startup shear tests, in the regime of(More)
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