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The Society of Rheology

Rheology, a branch of mechanics, is the study of those properties of materials which determine their response to mechanical force. The word rheology was coined in the 1920's to represent the science of the deformation and flow of matter, and The Society of Rheology was officially formed on December 9, 1929.

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Lydie Staron, Laurent Duchemin et al.
Simulations of the failure of cohesive granular steps with varying intensities of the contact adhesive force are presented. The simulations are compared with experimental and numerical studies of wet ...
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Stelios Alexandris, Daniel Ashkenazi et al.
When surface-active molecules or particles assemble at fluid–fluid interfaces, these interfaces acquire complex rheological properties that are of importance in processes that involve flow and ...
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Bin Xia, Shoubo Li et al.
For physically gelled colloidal suspensions, there are two routes to transform the gel from solid to liquid. One is to raise the temperature, and the other is to increase the shear deformation. In ...

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The Regular Membership of The Society of Rheology includes those scientists whose work and interests lie within the field and includes physicists, chemists, biologists, engineers, and mathematicians.

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