# Start-up and cessation of steady shear and extensional flows: Exact analytical solutions for the affine linear Phan-Thien–Tanner fluid model

@article{Shogin2020StartupAC, title={Start-up and cessation of steady shear and extensional flows: Exact analytical solutions for the affine linear Phan-Thien–Tanner fluid model}, author={D. Shogin}, journal={arXiv: Fluid Dynamics}, year={2020} }

Exact analytical solutions for start-up and cessation flows are obtained for the affine linear Phan-Thien--Tanner fluid model. They include the results for start-up and cessation of steady shear flows, of steady uniaxial and biaxial extensional flows, and of steady planar extensional flows. The solutions obtained show that at start-up of steady shear flows, the stresses go through quasi-periodic exponentially damped oscillations while approaching their steady-flow values (so that stress…

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