Montgomery T. Shaw, William J. MacKnight
出版情報: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, c2018  xxii, 349 p. ; 26 cm
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Preface to the Fourth Edition
Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Introduction / 1:
General Reference Texts
Phenoraenological Treatment of Viscoelasticity / 2:
Elastic Modulus / A:
Transient Experiments / B:
Dynamic Experiments / C:
Low-Strain Measurements
Large Amplitude Oscillatory Shear (LAOS)
Microrheology / 3:
Boltzmann Superposition Principle / D:
Relationship Between The Creep Compliance And The Stress Relaxation Modulus / E:
Relationship Between Static And Dynamic Properties / F:
Connecting Creep Compliance and Stress Relaxation Modulus Using Laplace Transforms / Appendix 2-1:
Borel's Theorem / Appendix 2-2:
Geometries for the Measurement of Viscoelastic Functions / Appendix 2-3:
Linear Motion Geometries
Rotational Motion Geometries
Viscoelastic Models
Mechanical Elements
Maxwell Model
Voigt Model
Generalized Maxwell Model
Voigt-Kelvin model / 4:
Distributions Of Relaxation And Retardation Times
Molecular Theories-The Rouse Model
Application Of Flexible-Chain Models To Solutions
The Zimm Modification
Extension To Bulk Polymer
Reptation / G:
Manipulation Of The Rouse Matrix / Appendix 3-1:
Time-Temperature Correspondence
Four Regions Of Viscoelastic Behavior
Time-Temperature Superposition
Master Curves
The Wlf Equation
Molecular Interpretation Of Viscoelastic Response
Transitions and Relaxation in Amorphous Polymers / 5:
Phenomenology Of The Glass Transition
Theories Of The Glass Transition
Free-Volume Theory
Thermodynamic Theory
Kinetic Theories
Structural Parameters Affecting The Glass Transition
Relaxations In The Glassy State
Relaxation Processes In Networks
Physical Relaxation
Chemical Processes
Biopolymer Viscoelasticity
Biopolymer Sources
Humidity Control
Examples of Biopolymer Viscoelastic Response
Elasticity of Rubbery Networks / 6:
Thermodynamic Treatment
Statistical Treatment
Energy Contribution
Phenomenological Treatment
Factors Affecting Rubber Elasticity
Effect of Degree of Crosslinking
Effect of Swelling
Effect of Fillers
Effect of Strain-Induced Crystallization
Statistics of a Polymer Chain / Appendix 6-1:
Equation of State for a Polymer Chain / Appendix 6-2:
Dielectric and NMR Methods / 7:
Dielectric Methods
Molecular Interpretation of Dielectric Constant
Interfacial Polarization
Application to Polymers
Experimental Methods
Application of Dielectric Relaxation to Poly(methyl methacrylate)
Comparisons between Mechanical and Dielectric Relaxation for Polymers
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Methods
Answers to Selected Problems
List of Major Symbols / Chapter 2:
List of Files on the Website
Author Index
Subject Index
Preface to the Fourth Edition
Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to the Second Edition


Montgomery T. Shaw
出版情報: Wiley Online Library Online Books , Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2012
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Introduction / 1:
Polymers and the importance of rheology / A:
Rheology in its simplest form / B:
Suggested references, with commentary
Stress / 2:
Stress and pressure
Organization of the stress components
Coping with subscripts / C:
Typical stress tensors / D:
Compilation of equations of motion (ssc) / Appendix 2-1:
Equations of motion-curvilinear quick list (ssc) / Appendix 2-2:
Velocity, Velocity Gradient and Rate of Deformation / 3:
Why velocity is simpler than location-Speedometers vs. GPS
Velocity gradients
Rate of deformation
Components of the rate-of-deformation tensor / Appendix 3-1:
Components of the continuity equation / Appendix 3-2:
Nomenclature and sign conventions used in popular rheology texts / Appendix 3-3:
Relationship Between Stress and Rate of Deformation: The Newtonian Fluid / 4:
Material idealizations in rheology
The Newtonian fluid
Generalized Newtonian Fluids-A Small But Important Step Toward a Description of Real Behavior for Polymers / 5:
Reasons for inventing generalized Newtonian fluids-behavior of polymer melts
Generalizing the GNF to three dimensions
Inventing relationships for viscosity vs. shear rate
Short primer on finding GNF parameters from data / E:
Summary of GNF characteristics / F:
Fitting data with Excel® / Appendix 5-1:
Normal Stresses-Ordinary Behavior for Polymers / 6:
What are normal stresses?
Origin of normal stresses in simple shear
The second normal-stress difference
Normal-stress coefficients and empirical findings
Transient rheological functions
Temperature effects and superposition of steady-flow data
Experimental Methods / 7:
Measurement of viscosity
Normal stresses from shearing flows
Extensional rheology
Specialized geometries
Flow visualization and other rheo-optical methods
Micro and nano rheology
Numerical derivatives / Appendix 7-1:
Velocity-profile correction for non-Newtonian fluids / Appendix 7-2:
Incorporation of slip into the velocity-profile correction-the Mooney correction / Appendix 7-3:
Normal stresses using the cone-and-plate geometry / Appendix 7-4:
Desktop rheo-optical experiment / Appendix 7-5:
Strain, Small and Large / 8:
Infinitesimal strain
Hookean solids
Finite strain
The Lodge elastic fluid and variants
The Cauchy strain measure
Fixing up integral equations based on C and C-1 / G:
The relaxation function / Appendix 8-1:
Constant-rate extension of the LEF / Appendix 8-2:
Molecular Origins of Rheological Behavior / 9:
Description of polymer molecules
The Rouse chain-a limited description of polymer behavior
Other chain-like models
Dealing with entanglements
Summary of predictions of molecular theory
Elementary Polymer Processing Concepts / 10:
Simple laboratory processing methods
Elementary extrusion concepts
A downstream process-spinning
Densities of melts at elevated temperatures / Appendix 10-1:
Quality-Control Rheology / 11:
Examples of methods used by various industries
Test precision
ASTM tests methods for rheological characterization / Appendix 11-1:
Flow of Modified Polymers and Polymers with Supermolecular Structure / 12:
Polymers filled with particulates
Liquid crystallinity and rheology
Polymers with microphase separation in melts or solutions
Covalent crosslinking of polymers
Van't Hoff equation applied to gelation / Appendix 12-1:
Answers to Selected Problems
Author Index / Chapter 1:
Subject Index
Introduction / 1:
Polymers and the importance of rheology / A:
Rheology in its simplest form / B: