The presentation below gives a summary of the “Cambridge Trimaster” story
More recent developments.
Please go to Rheology section and then Ink jet and filament stretch sub section.
Papers relevant to the Cambridge Trimaster
- R. Liang and M.R. Mackley. Rheological characterisation of the time and strain dependence of polyisbutylene melts. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. 52, 387-405 (1994).
- Tuladhar, T.R. and Mackley, M.R. Filament stretching rheometry and break-up of low viscosity polymer solutions and inkjet fluids Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 148 97-108. (2008)
- S. Hoath, I. M.Hutchings, G.D. Martin, T.R.Tuladhar, M.R.Mackley and D. Vadillo Links Between Ink Rheology, Drop-on-Demand Jet Formation, and Printability Journal of Imaging Science and Technology 53, 4, pp. 041208-(1-8) (2009)
- D.C.Vadillo, T.Tuladhar, A.C. Mulji, S. Jung, S.D. Hoath,and M.R. Mackley
Evaluation of the inkjet fluid’s performance using the “Cambridge Trimaster” filament stretch and break-up device Journal of Rheology 54, 2 .261-282 (2010)
- M. Tembely, D. Vadillo, M. R. Mackley and A. Soucemarianadin The matching of a “one-dimensional” numerical simulation and experiment results for low viscosity Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids during fast filament stretching and subsequent break-up J. Rheology. 56, 159- 184 (2012)
- D. C. Vadillo, M. Tembely, N.F. Morrison, O. G. Harlen, and M. R. Mackley
The matching of polymer solution fast filament stretching, relaxation, and break up experimental results with 1D and 2D numerical viscoelastic simulation. J. Rheology . 56, 1491-1516 (2012)