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(viscoelasticity)
3,950 results
  • Perturbation Analysis of a Multiple Layer Guided Love Wave Sensor in a Viscoelastic Environment. [Journal Article]
    Sensors (Basel) 2019; 19(20)Wang T, Murphy R, … Guldiken R
  • Surface acoustic wave sensors have the advantage of fast response, low-cost, and wireless interfacing capability and they have been used in the medical analysis, material characterization, and other application fields that immerse the device under a liquid environment. The theoretical analysis of the single guided layer shear horizontal acoustic wave based on the perturbation theory has seen deve…
  • Structure and dynamics of hagfish mucin in different saline environments. [Journal Article]
    Soft Matter 2019Rementzi K, Böni LJ, … Vlassopoulos D
  • The defense mechanism of hagfish against predators is based on its ability to form slime within a few milliseconds. Hagfish slime consists of two main components, namely mucin-like glycoproteins and long protein threads, which together entrap vast amounts of water and thus form a highly dilute hydrogel. Here, we investigate the mucin part of this hydrogel, in particular the role of the saline mar…
  • Assessment of corneal viscoelasticity using elastic wave optical coherence elastography. [Journal Article]
    J Biophotonics 2019; :e201960074Jin Z, Zhou Y, … Zhu D
  • The corneal viscoelasticity have great clinical significance, such as the early diagnosis of keratoconus. In this work, an analysis method which utilized the elastic wave velocity, frequency and energy attenuation to assess the corneal viscoelasticity is presented. Using phase-resolved optical coherence tomography, the spatial-temporal displacement map is derived. The phase velocity dispersion cu…
  • Hydrogelation with a water-insoluble organogelator - surfactant mediated gelation (SMG). [Journal Article]
    Soft Matter 2019Aramaki K, Koitani S, … Stubenrauch C
  • The low-molecular-weight gelator (LMG) 12-hydroxyoctadecanoic acid (12-HOA) is insoluble in water, but can be solubilized in surfactant micelles. We therefore solubilized 12-HOA at 80 °C in an aqueous solution of cetyltrimethylammonium bromide (CTAB) containing spherical micelles. On cooling this system down to room temperature, a hydrogel is obtained. We will refer to this process as "surfactant…
  • Reynolds Stress Model for Viscoelastic Drag-Reducing Flow Induced by Polymer Solution. [Journal Article]
    Polymers (Basel) 2019; 11(10)Wang Y
  • Viscoelasticity drag-reducing flow by polymer solution can reduce pumping energy of pipe flow significantly. One of the simulation manners is direct numerical simulation (DNS). However, the computational time is too long to accept in engineering. Turbulent model is a powerful tool to solve engineering problems because of its fast computational ability. However, its precision is usually low. To so…
  • Delayed electromechanical instability of a viscoelastic dielectric elastomer balloon. [Journal Article]
    Proc Math Phys Eng Sci 2019; 475(2229):20190316Lv X, Liu L, … Cai S
  • When a dielectric elastomer (DE) balloon is subjected to electromechanical loading, instability may happen. In recent experiments, it has been shown that the instability configuration of a DE balloon under electromechanical loading can be very different from that only subjected to mechanical load. It has also been observed in the experiments that the electromechanical instability phenomena of a D…
  • Qualitative analysis of contribution of intracellular skeletal changes to cellular elasticity. [Review]
    Cell Mol Life Sci 2019Kwon S, Kim KS
  • Cells are dynamic structures that continually generate and sustain mechanical forces within their environments. Cells respond to mechanical forces by changing their shape, moving, and differentiating. These reactions are caused by intracellular skeletal changes, which induce changes in cellular mechanical properties such as stiffness, elasticity, viscoelasticity, and adhesiveness. Interdisciplina…
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