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Supplier: Compuplast International Inc.
Description: We can co-ordinate testing for polymer rheology (Non-Newtonian, Shear and Elongational Viscosity) required for flow simulations as well as, Non-Linear, Time Dependent, Viscoelastic measurements for the K-BKZ and PPT models required for Thermoforming and Blow Molding simulations.
- Capabilities: Other
- Materials: Plastic / Rubber, Polymers / Organics
- Test Methods: Rheology
- Industry Applications: Aerospace / Aviation, Chemical / Material Processing, Food / Beverage, Health Care / Medical, Marine, Military, Pharmaceutical / Biotech, Packaging, Piping / Pressure Vessel, Structural / Construction, Specialty / Other
Standards and Technical Documents - Mechanical vibration and shock -- Characterization of the dynamic mechanical properties of visco-elastic materials -- Part 5: Poisson ratio based on comparison between measurements and finite elemen.. -- ISO 18437-5:2011
Description: ISO 18437-5:2011 specifies two methods for estimating Poisson ratio or/and elastic modulus for isotropic visco-elastic or porous-elastic materials for use in linear finite element method (FEM) computer programs or other numerical approaches to vibrational or acoustic problems in visco-elastic
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: to the required shape by employing appropriate mold. Material is viscoelastic at that temperature, and its characterization for thermoforming applications are possible using a bubble inflation technique as well as rheology tests. Online bubble height measurement during the bubble inflation test
Supplier: IHS Product Design
Description: MECHANICAL VIBRATION AND SHOCK - CHARACTERIZATION OF THE DYNAMIC MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF VISCO-ELASTIC MATERIALS - PART 5: POISSON RATIO BASED ON COMPARISON BETWEEN MEASUREMENTS AND FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS
Supplier: Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc.
Description: Relaxation Measurements In conformance to ASTM D 1646 Variable Rotor Speed Using this feature permits evaluation of milling at high shear rates, makes viscosity differences between samples more apparent by varying the strain, and allows viscoelastic evaluations impossible with other methods
- Technology Type: Rotational Viscometry (Spindle)
- Display & Special Features: Computer Interface / Networkable, Graphic / Video Display, Laboratory / Benchtop (Batch), Measures Temperature, SPC / Application Software
- Industry / Application: Specialty / Other
Standards and Technical Documents - Dynamic Material Property Measurements Of Human Eyes - Biomed 2008
Description: in the x-direction was 0.041 ± 0.012, and the average maximum Green-Lagrangian strain in the y-direction was 0.073 ± 0.015. In comparing these data with previous studies, it is concluded that the human eye is both anisotropic and viscoelastic. This study presents dynamic material properties
Supplier: Linseis Inc.
Description: test With dynamic load: Visco-elastic behavior Additional optional features: DTA evaluation (RCS) Rate controlled sintering software
- Thermal Analyzer Type: Thermal Mechanical Analyzer (TMA)
- Temperature Range: -238 to 2732 F
- Programmable Heating Rate: Yes
- Atmosphere Control: Yes
Supplier: Trilion Quality Systems
Description: Product development today requires a good understanding of dynamic component behavior for simulation verification, vibration analysis or the measurement of relative movements. PONTOS delivers the dynamic, synchronized and accurate position of an unlimited number of measurement points in 3D space
- Instrument Type: Material Condition
Thermomechanical Simulation Equipment - Trend-Setting Technology - Thermomechanical Analyzer: TMA 402 F1/F3 Hyperion®Supplier: NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH
Description: TMA 402 F1/F3 Hyperion® - Thermomechanical Analyzer The heart of the TMA 402 Hyperion® is a highly precise inductive displacement transducer (LVDT) This technology has stood the test of time; it is also used for dilatometers and allows measurement of even the smallest of length changes
Supplier: Gilson Company, Inc.
Description: The Dynamic Shear Rheometer (DSR) determines linear viscoelastic properties of performance-graded asphalt binders at temperatures from 5°-85°C (41°-185°F). A disc of asphalt binder is confined between circular parallel plates at a specified temperature, and one of the plates
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Brookfield Engineering Laboratories, Inc.
New Family of RST Touch Screen Rheometers
The new RST Series offers the quickest and most comprehensive capability for making rheological measurements, whether it ’s single point viscosity for QC or complete flow curve analysis for R &D. The RST Rheometers are unique because they operate in both controlled stress and controlled rate modes and can perform all of the following tests: viscoelastic modulus, yield stress, viscosity vs. shear rate profile, thixotropy calculation, creep behavior, recovery after flow, and temperature... (read more)
Browse Rheometers Datasheets for Brookfield Engineering Laboratories, Inc.
Acoustiblok Sound Isolation Material
Standard Test Method for Laboratory Measurement of Impact Sound Transmission through Floor-Ceiling Assemblies Using the Tapping Machine. ASTM E795 Standard Practices for Mounting Test Specimens During Sound Absorption Tests. ASTM E989 Standard Classification for Determination of Impact Insulation Class (IIC). APPLICATIONS & USES. INSTALLATION METHODS. About Acoustiblok: Acoustiblok® is a 1/8 inch thick proprietary viscoelastic polymer material with a high density mineral content, heavy and yet... (read more)
Browse Soundproofing and Acoustic Materials Datasheets for Acoustiblok, Inc.
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YR-1 Rheometer for Characterization of Viscoelastic Properties
The Brookfield YR-1 Rheometer is an affordable instrument that uses vane technology to determine the yield stress of viscoelastic materials. The Brookfield torque response is based on the degree of a spring wind-up, therefore deviations from an ideal elastic response may be attributed to viscous
Zeta Potential Measurement (Aqueous and Non-Aqueous, Iso-Electric Point Determinations)
are all properties that can be characterized. Bohlin rheometers can apply either a stress or a strain, making viscoelastic measurements such as creep/recovery and stress relaxation possible on one, integrated instrument. A wide range of measuring geometries enables samples from as low a viscosity
Small Diameter Vascular Graft Elasticity Measurement in Response to Pulsatile Pressure
of proteins and polymers fabricated to mimic the viscoelastic properties of native blood vessels.
FLEXcon's Performance Products for Vibration Damping (.pdf)
FLEXcon has been supplying engineered adhesives for use as the viscoelastic layer in constrained layer damping for more than 15 years. ./e7693ea4-6e57-46a3-86a7-89f9c4fd858a FOR THE LONG RUN. w h i t e p a p e r. Benefits of engineered pressure-Sensitive. adhesives for Vibration Damping. w h i
Prediction of Polyolefin Foamability
was maximized by optimization of the test setup parameters. With the optimized test setup, the melt viscosity, which is also known as complex viscosity, and the viscoelastic properties of storage and loss modulus were measured for the various materials. The functional relationship between the loss tangent
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fastening methods. The SHB-series systems provide several advantages over traditional fastening methods. First, the viscoelastic properties of the adhesives can help absorb shock and distribute stress to eliminate the concentrated stress points of mechanical fasteners. This provides for high holding
. Rotational Viscometry and Rheology: Rheology measures the mechanical characteristics of a sample. Flow properties, viscoelastic and normal stresses are all properties that can be characterized. Bohlin rheometers can apply either a stress or a strain, making viscoelastic measurements such as creep
Particle Characterization Technologies
measures the mechanical characteristics of a sample. Flow properties, viscoelastic and normal stresses are all properties that can be characterized. Bohlin rheometers can apply either a stress or a strain, making viscoelastic measurements such as creep/recovery and stress relaxation possible on one
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Measurement and interpretation of elastic and viscoelastic properties with the atomic force
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Mechanical Properties of Solid Polymers 3rd Edition
The Eyring approach is consistent with view that the deformation mechanisms are essentially present at zero stress, and are identical to those observed in linear viscoelastic measurements (site model analyses in Section 7.3.1).
Viscoelastic measurement of complex fluids using forced oscillating torsion resonator with continuously varying frequency capability
Viscoelastic measurement of complex fluids using forced oscillating torsion resonator with continuously varying frequency capability .
The nonlinear viscoelastic measures discussed in this section are all well-defined for an arbitrary elastoviscoplastic response.
Resonance method of measuring shear viscoelastic properties of liquid media based on excitation of torsional oscillations in tubes
The long tube turned out to be more suit able for viscoelastic measurements since its ratio of torsional oscillations to the total amplitude of oscilla tions of other modes was several times greater than the same ratio for the short tube.
Molecular origins of nonlinear viscoelasticity
Why nonlinear viscoelastic measurements are essential to understanding a material's behavior in a real proces- sing operation is elucidated in the following example: .
Component Dynamics in Miscible Polymer Blends and Block Copolymers
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Nanoindentation Methods to Measure Viscoelastic Properties of Single Cells Using Sharp, Flat, and Buckling Tips Inside ESEM
 R. S. Lakes, “ Viscoelastic measurement techniques,�? Rev. Sci. Instrum., vol.