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Investigation on the Rheological Properties of Polydimethylsiloxane

Author(s): Javanbakht T.

Affiliation(s): Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Department of Physics, Concordia University, Richard J. Renaud Science Complex, 714,1 Sherbrooke St. West, H4B 1R6, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

*Corresponding Author’s Address: [email protected]

Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1 (2022)

Dates:
Submitted: January 20, 2022
Accepted for publication: March 18, 2022
Available online: March 23, 2022

Citation:
Javanbakht T. (2022). Investigation on the rheological properties of polydimethylsiloxane. Journal of Engineering Sciences, Vol. 9(1), pp. C1-C7, doi: 10.21272/jes.2022.9(1).c1

DOI: 10.21272/jes.2022.9(1).c1

Research Area:  MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING: Materials Science

Abstract. This paper focuses on studying the rheological properties of polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS). This polymer has been used to fabricate membranes and filters in engineering. The analysis of the rheological properties of this polymer is required for a further investigation of its mechanical behavior. In this study, the rheological behavior of PDMS is reported at different temperatures. This polymer showed steady shear viscosity during a short duration. However, this behavior changed with time and increased more with increasing temperature. The impact of the temperature increase was also observed when the shear viscosity of PDMS increased with shear strain. The increase of torque with shear strain and time was observed at different temperatures. Shear stress increased linearly with the shear rate at 20 °C and 40 °C. As expected, the deformation of the polymer required less shear stress with the increase of temperature. However, the change of shear stress with the shear rate at 60 °C was not linear, and the slope of the curve increased more at high shear rates. The results of this investigation can provide the required information for a better fabrication of membranes and filters with this polymer.

Keywords: rheology, polymer, mechanical properties, materials science, industrial growth.

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Department of Production Engineering of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at Lublin University of Technology invites authors to submit research papers to the Special Session 7 “MANUFACTURING AND METROLOGY IN THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY” within the 2021 IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for Aerospace.

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7th International Conference “New Technologies, Development and Application (NT-2021)”

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Modelling, Simulation and Control in Combustion Processes of Renewable Fuels

The Special Issue of MDPI Processes (Impact Factor 2.753) “Modelling, Simulation and Control in Combustion Processes of Renewable Fuels” invites researchers to make a submission.

Special Issue Information

The modeling and simulation of combustion processes is still a challenging field. In principle, it requires the integration of heat and mass transfer, flow conditions, and reaction chemistry. Available tools for such modeling are very different and are usually problem-specific. One special field of interest is fluidized bed combustion of solid fuels, which additionally encounter the fluidized bed hydrodynamics and particle interactions. Recent trends in the field are focusing on the more detailed description and understanding of the burn-out mechanism of solid fuel particles, which is essential for modeling to have reasonable outputs. From a control point of view, dynamic models of combustion processes are very important, for example, in model-based control algorithms. Due to their complexity, dynamic modeling based on partial differential equations and parameter identification for the corresponding transient models is a topical problem, which can be solved using a comprehensive approach based on experimental data, numerical simulation, regression modeling, and also artificial intelligence methods. One common challenge is a validation of the models in the real process, which requires in-depth and precise measurements that are typically complicated by limited access into the combustion process zone. This information is important also for the control and monitoring of the combustion processes.

This Special Issue on “Modelling, Simulation and Control in Combustion Processes of Renewable Fuels” aims to curate novel advances in the development and application of computational modeling and advanced control to address longstanding challenges in energy efficiency increase and environmental pollution decrease arising also from renewable fuels combustion.

Main Topics:

  • Description of current problems in combustion processes of renewable fuels and possible solutions
  • Up-to-date tools for reaction chemistry modeling and flow simulation during combustion processes
  • Numerical simulation of the transient combustion process
  • Parameter identification for models of combustion processes
  • Advanced control algorithms of combustion processes
  • Sensors for monitoring and control of combustion processes

Guest Editors:

  • Prof. Dr. Ján Piteľ
  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jan Hrdlička
  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ivan Pavlenko

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