Using Filament Stretching Rheometry to Predict Strand Formation and “ Processability ” in Adhesives and other Non-Newtonian Fluids

@inproceedings{Tripathi2000UsingFS,
  title={Using Filament Stretching Rheometry to Predict Strand Formation and “ Processability ” in Adhesives and other Non-Newtonian Fluids},
  author={A. Tripathi and P. Whittingstall and Gareth H. McKinley},
  year={2000}
}
The spinning of polymeric fibers, the processing of numerous foodstuffs and the peel & tack characteristics of adhesives is associated with the formation, stability and, ultimately, the longevity of thin fluid ‘strands’. This tendency to form strands is usually described in terms of the tackiness of the fluid or by heuristic concepts such as ‘stringiness’ [Lakrout et al., J. Adhesion 69, 307 (1999)]. The dynamics of such processes are complicated due to spatially and temporally non-homogeneous… CONTINUE READING
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