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The yield stress characteristic is a property associated with numerous types of complex fluids - whereby the material does not flow unless the applied stress exceeds a certain value. This is evident in everyday tasks such as squeezing toothpaste from a tube or dispensing ketchup from a bottle, but is important across a whole range of industries and applications. The determination of a yield stress as a true material constant can be difficult as the measured value can be very much dependent on the measurement technique employed and the conditions of the test, of which there are many. Consequently, there is no universal method for determining yield stress and there exist a number of approaches, which find favour across different industries and establishments. This White Paper discusses the various approaches available to measure yield stress, and aspects of the practical measurement set-up and test parameters that need to be considered to obtain relevant, robust and reliable yield stress data using a rotational rheometer..

Products:
Kinexus ultra+
Date:
July 31 2015
Language:
English
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As manufacturers turn to on-line particle size analysis, the issue of how to ensure sucessful project implementation becomes relevant. This white paper examines the economic and practical benefits of choosing the best size measurement approach.

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Dynamic Light Scattering microrheology is a passive technique that used tracer particles probe linear viscoelastic properties of low viscosity, weakly structured fluids. The measurements are fast and require only microliter volumes of sample

Products:
Zetasizer Nano range
Date:
September 17 2012
Language:
English
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Using on-line particle sizing as an example, this paper considers how investing in real-time, on-line process measurements can promote efficient process development, easing the transition into profitable manufacture.

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Controlling the size distribution of droplets in sprays and aerosols is essential to ensure successful delivery of a product, whether it is a drug to a patient, a coating to a substrate, a pesticide to a plant, or fuel to an engine. This white paper explores the effectiveness of laser diffraction for the real time tracking of spray droplet size distributions for both rapidly-evolving and steady-state atomizer systems..

Products:
Spraytec
Date:
February 4 2014
Language:
English
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