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Quasi-1D Modeling of Polymer Melt Die Swell in Short Dies

@article{Jeong2003Quasi1DMO,
  title={Quasi-1D Modeling of Polymer Melt Die Swell in Short Dies},
  author={Jae-Hyeuk Jeong and Arkady I. Leonov},
  journal={arXiv: Fluid Dynamics},
  year={2003}
}
This paper describes the isothermal die swell using our recent quasi-1D model for fast (high Deborah number) contraction flows of polymers melts. Because the model analyzes the flow in several flow regions as one continuous process, it makes possible to evaluate the die swell as a qusi-1D extrudate flow in dies of various lengths. Using the asymptotic matching condition for the change in flow type at the die exit allowed us to find the swelling profile for extrudate along the flow direction… 

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