Professor Malcolm Robert Mackley. 1973- 2019

Selected Refereed papers.

Below you will find some of my publications in a chronological order and some have pdf downloads.

M.R.Mackley and A. Keller. Flow induced crystallization of polyethylene melts.Polymer. 14, 16-20 (1973).

A Keller and M.R. Mackley. Chain orientation and crystallization. Pure and Applied. Chem. 39, 195-224 (1974).

M.R.Mackley. Hydrodynamic factors affecting the growth of fibrous crystals of extended-chain Polymers.
Proc. Int. Conf. on Theoretical Rheology (Cambridge). Ed.J.R.A.Pearson (1974).

M.R.Mackley. Shish Kebabs: An experimental preparation. Colloid and Polymer. Sci. 253, 261-263 (1975).

M.R.Mackley. Shish Kebabs: Hydrodynamic factors affecting their crystal growth. Colloid and Polymer. Sci. 253, 373-379 (1975).

M.R.Mackley and A. Keller. Flow induced polymer chain extension and its relationship to fibrous crystallization. Part 1 , Part 2 Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. (Lond.) 278, 29-66 (1975).

M.R.Mackley, F.C. Frank and A. Keller. Flow induced crystallization of polyethylene melts. Journal of Materials Science. 10, 1501-1509 (1975).

A.Keller, G. Kiss and M.R. Mackley. Polymer drag reduction in Taylor vortices. Nature. 257, 304 -305 (1975).

D.G.Crowley, F.C. Frank, M.R. Mackley and R.C. Stephenson. Localised flow birefringence of polyethylene oxide solutions in a four roll mill. Journal of Polymer Science. A2, 14 , 1111-1119 (1976).

F.C.Frank and M.R. Mackley. Localized flow birefringence of polyethylene oxide solutions in a two roll mill. Journal of Polymer Science. A2, 14, 1121-1131 (1976).

M.R.Mackley. Crystallization of flowing melts. Proc. Int. Conf. on Polymer Rheology and Plastic Processing (Loughborough) (1976).

M.V.Berry and M.R. Mackley. The six roll mill: Unfolding an unstable persistently extensional flow. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. Lond. 287, 1337, 1-16 (1977).

M.R.Mackley. Flow singularities, polymer chain extension and hydrodynamic instabilities. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics. 4, 111-136 (1978).

M.R.Mackley. Polymer processing; the physics of stretching chains. Physics in Technology. 9, 13-19 (1978).

Z.Bashir and M.R. Mackley. Rapid cooling processing techniques applied to blends of polyethylene and paraffin wax. 3rd Int. Conf. Rapid Quenched Metals. V2, 213-224 (1978).

G.F.Knott and M.R. Mackley, On eddy motions near plates and ducts, induced by water waves and periodic flows. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. (Lond.) V294, 1412, 599-628 (1980).

M.R.Mackley and A.R. Parker. The mechanical response of polypropylene fibre-cement composites and its analogy with bone. Material Science and Engineering. 45, 117-122 (1980).

M.R.Mackley, F. Pinaud and G. Siekmann. Observations of disclinations and optical anisotropy in a mesomorphic polyester. Polymer. 22, 437-446 (1981).

M.R.Mackley and G.S. Sapsford. Techniques of preparing high strength high stiffness polyethylene fibres by solution processing. Developments in oriented polymers, Ed. I.M. Ward, 201-224 (1982).

N.Checker, M.R. Mackley and D.W. Mead. On the flow of molten polymer into within and out of ducts Part 1 , Part 2 Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. (Lond.). A308, 451-477 (1983).

D.J.Graziano, M.R. Mackley and K.F. Wissbrum. Stress relaxation after oscillatory shear in a thermotropic liquid crystalline polymer. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 13, 243-257 (1983).

D.J.Graziano and M.R. Mackley.Graziano-SMLC-Mol Cryst (1984) Disclinations observed during the shear of MBBA. Mol. Cryst. and Liquid Cryst. 106(1/2), 73 (1984).

D.J.Graziano and M.R. Mackley. Shear induced optical texture’s and their relaxation behaviour in thermotropic liquid crystalline polymers.Graziano-Disclinations in LCP (1984) Mol. Cryst. and Liquid Cryst.. 106(1/2), 103 (1984).

N.A.Alderman and M.R. Mackley. Optical textures observed during the shearing of thermotropic liquid crystal polymers. Faraday Discussion Chem. Soc. 79, paper 12 (1985).

M.R.Mackley. Hydrodynamics of polymer fluids. Journal of Polymer Science Symposium. no. 73 (1985).

M.R.Mackley and I.P.T. Moore. Experimental velocity distribution measurements of high density polyethylene flowing into and within a two dimensional slit. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechs. 21, 337-358 (1986).

S.T.Aldhouse, M.R. Mackley and I.P.T. Moore. Experimental and linear viscoelastic stress distribution measurements of high density polyethylene flowing into and within a two dimensional slit. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechs. 21, 359-376 (1986).

M.R.Mackley and S. Solbai. Swell drawing; a new process for manufacturing high performance polyethylene. Polymer. 28, 1115-1120 (1987).

M.R.Mackley and S. Solbai. Die free spinning; a new process for manufacturing high performance polyethylene. Polymer. 28, 1111-1114 (1987).

M.R.Mackley. The application of pulsatile flow to chemical and process engineering. The Chemical Engineer. 433, 18-20. February (1987).

C.A.Anton, M.R. Mackley and S. Solbai. Extrusion process of ultra high molecular weight polyethylene.Polymer Bulletin. 17, 175-179 (1987).

M.R.Mackley. The rheology and micro structure of flowing thermotropic liquid crystal polymers. Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. 153, 249-261 (1987).

M.R.Mackley. Capillary rheometry. Chapter 1 in “The Physical Principles of Rheological Measurement”. Ed. A.A. Collyer and D.W. Clegg, Elsevier. (1988)

C.R.Brunold, J.C.B. Hunns, M.R. Mackley and J.W. Thompson. Experimental observations on flow patterns and energy losses for oscillatory flow in ducts containing sharp edges. Chem. Eng. Sci.,44, 5, 1227-1244 (1989).

H.W.Dickens, M.R. Mackley and H.R. Williams. Residence time distributions of oscillatory flows in baffled tubes. Chem. Eng. Sci. 44, 7, 1471-1479, (1989).

V.Kamath and M.R. Mackley. The determination of polymer relaxation moduli and memory functions using integral transforms Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics. 32, 119-144 (1989).

P.Gao, M.R. Mackley and T.M. Nicholson. Development of anisotropy in ultra high molecular weight polyethylene Polymer. 31, 237-242 (1990).

T.Howes and M.R. Mackley. Experimental axial dispersion for oscillatory flow through a baffled tube. Chem. Eng. Sci.. 45, 5, 1349-1358 (1990).

M.R.Mackley, G.M. Tweddle and I.D. Wyatt. Experimental heat transfer measurements for pulsatile flow in baffled tubes.Chem. Eng. Sci. 45, 5, 1237-1242 (1990).

M.R.Mackley. Polyethylene processing to produce ultimate properties. Contribution for Encyclopedia of Material Science and Engineering. Ed. R.W. Cahn, Pergamon Press, 1186-1191 (1990).

V.Kamath and M.R. Mackley. The rheometric characterization of flexible chain and liquid crystal polymers. 3rd European Rheology Conf., British Society of Rheology, Ed. D.R. Oliver, 261- 264, (1990).

T.Howes, M.R. Mackley and E.P.L. Roberts. The simulation of chaotic mixing and dispersion for periodic flows in baffled channels. Chem. Eng. Sci. 46, 7, 1669-1677 (1991).

M.R.Mackley. Polymer fluids. Sir Charles Frank Festschrift; Ed. R.G. Chambers et al. Polymer Fluids. Adam Hilger, 307-321 (1991).

P.Gao and M.R. Mackley. The effect of presolvent loading on the ultimate drawability of ultra high molecular weight polyethylene. Polymer. 32, 17, 3136-3139 (1991).

M.R.Mackley and X. Ni. Mixing and dispersion in a baffled tube for steady laminar and pulsatile flow.Chem. Eng. Sci., 46, 12, 3139-3151 (1991).

M.R.Mackley. Process innovation using oscillatory flow within baffled tubes. Trans I.Chem.E. 69A, 198-199 (1991).

M.Mackay, M.R. Mackley and Y. Wang. Oscillatory flow within tubes containing wall or central baffles. Trans I.Chem.E., 69A, 506-513 (1991).

M.R.Mackley and E.P.L. Roberts. Mixing and flow patterns for unsteady flow in baffled channels. Generals Papers in Fluid Engineering AIChE. Vol. 127, 57-64 (1991).

S.Harrison and M.R. Mackley.A pulsatile flow bioreactor Chem. Eng. Sci. 47, 2, 490-493 (1992).

T.M.Nicholson, M.R. Mackley and A.H. Windle. Shear induced crystallization in a liquid crystalline random copolyester. Polymer. 33, 2, 434-435 (1992).

M.R.Mackley and N.E Sherman. Cross-flow cake filtration mechanisms and kinetics. Chem. Eng. Sci. 47, 12, 3067 – 3084 (1992).

P.Gao and M.R. Mackley. Surface treatment of ultra high molecular weight polyethylene to enhance adhesion and conductivity properties. Polymer. 33, 19, 4075 -4080 (1992).

M.J.Hewgill, M.R. Mackley, A.B. Pandit and S.S. Pannu. Enhancement of gas liquid mass transfer using oscillatory flow in a baffled tube. Chem. Eng. Sci. 48, 4, 799 -809 (1993).

M.R.Mackley and N.E.Sherman. Cake filtration mechanisms in steady and unsteady flows Journal of Membrane Sci . 77, 113 -121 (1993).

MRMackley, KBSmith and NPWise – The mixing and separation of particle suspensions using oscillatory flow in baffled tubes Trans
Trans IChem E, 71A, 649-656 (1993).

M.R.Mackley and X Ni. Experimental fluid dispersion measurements in periodic baffled tube arrays. Chem Eng Sci. 48,18. 171-178 (1994)

M.R.Mackley and N.J.Sherman. Cross – Flow filtration with and without cake formation. Chem Eng Sci. 49, 171-178 (1994).

P Gao and M.R.Mackley. A general model for diffusion and swelling of polymers and its application to ultra high molecular weight polyethylene. Proc Roy Soc (Lond). 444, 267-285 (1994).

P Gao and M.R.Mackley. The microstructure of molten ultra high molecular weight polyethylene. Polymer 35 24.5210-5216 (1994)

S.T.Beckett, M.A. Craig, R.J.Gurney, B.S.Ingleby, M.R.Mackley, T.C.L.Parsons. The cold extrusion of chocolate. Food and Bio Processing. (Trans I.Chem.E)., 72C, 47-54 (1994).

M.R.Mackley, R.T.J.Marshall, J.B.A.F.Smeulders and F.D.Zhao. The rheological characterization of polymeric and colloidal fluids. Chem Eng Sci. 49,16, 2551-2565 (1994).

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).

Y. Wang, J.A.Howell, R.W.Field, M.R.Mackley. Oscillatory flow within porous tubes containing wall or central baffles. Trans IChemE. 72A, 686-693 (1994).

L.Gervat., M.R.Mackley,T.M.Nicholson and A.H.Windle. The effect of shear on thermotropic liquid crystalline polymers. Phil Trans Roy Soc ( Lond).350, 1- 27 (1995).

R. Ahmed and M.R.Mackley. Experimental centreline planar extension of polyethylene. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics. 56, 2, 127-149 (1995).

T.M.Hyde, L.F.Gladden, M.R.Mackley and P Gao. Quantitative nuclear magnetic resonance imaging of liquids in swelling polymers. Journal of Polymer Sci. 33. 1795-1806 (1995).

R Ahmed, R Liang and M.R.Mackley. The experimental observation and numerical prediction of planaar entry flow and die swell for molten polyethylene. Journal Non Newtonian Fluid Mech. 59, 2-3, 129-153 (1995).

M.R.Mackley, R.T.J.Marshall and J.B.A.F. Smeulders. The multipass rheometer. Journal of Rheology. 39(6), 1293- 1309 (1995).

M.R.Mackley and P Stonestreet Heat transfer and associated energy dissipation for oscillatory flow in baffled tubes. Chem Eng Sci. 50,14,2211-224 (1995).

E.P.L. Roberts and M.R.Mackley. The simulation of stretch rates for the quantitative prediction and mapping of mixing within a channel flow. Chem Eng Sci. 50 23, 3727-3746 (1995)

M. H.Chisholm, M.R.Mackley, R.T.J.Marshall, and E.F.Putilina. A rheological study of the mesomorphic state of dimolybdenum and dicopper octanoates. Chemistry of Materials. 7,10. 1938-1941 (1995).

M.R.Mackley, P Stonestreet, E.P.L Roberts and X Ni. Residence time distribution enhancement in reactors using oscillatory flow. Trans IChemE. 74, 541-545 (1996).

M.R.Mackley and P Spittler.Experimental observations on the pressure dependant polymer melt rheology of linear low density polyethylene using a Multipass Rheometer Rheol Acta. 35, 202-209 (1996).

E.P.L.Roberts and M.R.Mackley. The development of asymmetry and period doubling for oscillatory flow in baffled channels. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 328, 19-48 (1996).

M. R. Mackley. The scientific and technological route to the manufacture of high modulus polyethylene Materials Research Society Bulletin. 22, 9 Sept (1997).

J.M. Madiedo, C. Bower, M.R. Mackley and C. Gallegos. Reologia de Emulsiones estabilizadas por Biopolimeros Grasas Aceites. 48, (1997).

P Stonestreet and M.R.Mackley. Evaluation of oscillatory flow mixing in tubular reactors for continuous processing. Processs Intensification in Practice. Ed BHR Group 247-263 (1997).

H Ovaici, M R Mackley, G H McKinley & S J Crook. The experimental observation and modelling of an “Ovaici”necklace and stick-spurt instability arising during the cold extrusion of chocolate. Journal of Rheology. 42,1, 125-158 (1998).

W K Wee & M.R.Mackley The rheology and processing of a concentrated Cellulose Acetate solution Chem Eng Sci. 53, 6. 1131-1144 (1998).

C. Bower, M.R.Mackley, B.A.S.Smeulders, D.Barker and J.Hayes. The rheology, processing and microstructure of complex fluids. In Modern aspects of Colloid Dispersions. Ed R.H.Ottewill & A.R.Rennie. Kluwer pub 279-289 (1998).

R.M de Roeck & M.R.Mackley. The rheology and microstructure of equine blood. Dynamics of Complex Fluids. ed M.J.Adams, R.A.Mashelkhar, J.R.A.Pearson &A.R.Rennie. Imperial College Press. 339-345 (1998).

M.R.Mackley, R.P.G.Rutgers and D.G.Gilbert. Surface instabilities during the extrusion of linear low density polyethylene. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics. 76 , 281-297 (1998).

S.J. Wright and M.R. Mackley. Oscillatory flow mixers: a novel design for reactors with plug flow behaviour and the ability to suspend particles,
Proceedings of Chemeca ’98, Port Douglas, Australia (1998).

Mulji, N. C. and Mackley, M. R. [1998] The analysis of the axisymmetric cold extrusion of chocolate. Simulation of Materials Processing: Theory, Methods and Applications; NUMIFORM ’98, Huetink and Baaijens (eds), (1998) Balkema Publishers, Rotterdam.

M R Mackley & R M C Neves Sariava. The quantitative description of fluid mixing using Lagrangian and concentration based numerical methods. Chem Eng Sci. 54 , 159-170 (1999).

P. Gao, M.R.Mackley & D.F.Zhao. The deformation and breakup of thermotropic droplets in a molten polypropylene matrix subject to oscillatory simple shear and entry flow. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics. vol. 80, 199-216, (1999).

M.R.Mackley, S Wannaborworn, P Gao and F Zhao. The optical microscopy of sheared liquids using a newly developed optical stage.
Microscopy and Analysis. 69, 25-29 (1999).

M.R.Mackley and R Rutgers. Capillary Rheometry. Rheological Measurement, Ed 2, By A.A.Colyer and D.W.Clegg. Chapman Hall 167 – 188 (1999).

M Ranganthan, M.R.Mackley and P.H.J.Spittler. Experimental observations and modelling of time dependent capillary flow for a high density polyethylene using a multipass rheometer J Rheology ,43(2) 443-451 (1999).

M.R.Mackley Flexible chocolate Confectionary Science II, Proc of Int Symposium Ed G R Ziegler Penn State University Press 15-24 (1999)

C. Bower, C Gallegos, M.R.Mackley & J.M.Madiedo The rheological and microstructural characterisation of the non linear flow behaviour of concentrated oil-in-water emulsions Rheol Acta 38 145-159 (1999).

M.J. Thompson, M.R.Mackley and J.A.Nimmo. The high shear rheology of lithographic emulsions. Surface Coatings International. Vol 83, 5 234-239 (2000)

M R Mackley, G D Moggridge and O Saquet Direct experimental evidence for the preferential growth of flow induced fibrous polymer crystallisation occurring at a solid / melt interface. J Material Science. 35, 20 5247-5254 (2000)

K. Lee and M.R.Mackley The importance of slip in matching polyethylene processing data with numerical simulation J Non Newtonian Fluid Mech 94 159-177 (2000)

M.R.Mackley The Innovation Gap. The Chemical Engineer. 5 Oct, 16-17 (2000)

R.Rutgers and M.R.Mackley The correlation of experimental surface extrusion instabilities with numerically predicted exit surface stress concentrations and melt strength for linear low density polyethylene Journal of Rheology 44(6) 1319-1334 (2000)

R.F Liang and M.R.Mackley The gas-assisted extrusion of molten polyethylene Journal of Rheology. 45 (1) 211-226 (2001)

M.R.Mackley Shaping the future in polymer processing. Emerging Themes in Polymer Science, ed A.J.Ryan Royal Society of Chemistry, 215-223 (2001)

K Lee and M.R.Mackley The application of the Multi-Pass rheometer for precise rheo-optic characterisation of polyethylene melts Chemical Engineering Science 56, 5653-5661 (2001)

M.R.Mackley Technology and Terrorism, The Chemical Engineer. 725, 28 November, (2001)

K Lee, M.R.Mackley, T.C.B. Mcleish, T.M.Nicholson, and O.Harlen Experimental observation and numerical simulation of transient stress fangs within flowing molten polyethylene Journal of Rheology. 45(6) 1261-1277 (2001)

M.J.Thompson, J.R.A Pearson and M.R.Mackley The effect of droplet extension on the rheology of emulsions of water in alkyd resin Journal of Rheology. 45(6) 1341-1358 (2001)

A.P.Harvey, M.R.Mackley and P.Stonestreet. Operation and optimisation of an oscillatory flow continuous reactor. Ind.Eng.Chem..Res. 40 5371-5377 (2001)

C.T.Lee, M.R.Mackley, P.Stonestreet, and A.P.J.Middelburg Protein refolding in an oscillatory flow reactor Biotechnology letters 23 1899, 1901 (2001)

R.P.G.Rutgers and M.R.Mackley The effect of channel geometry and wall boundary conditions on the formation of extrusion surface instabilities for LLDPE J Non Newtonian Fluid Mech 98, 185-199 (2001)

D.J.Watson and M.R.Mackley The rheology of aqueous emulsions prepared by direct emulsification and phase inversion from a high viscosity alkyd resin. Colloids and Surfaces A. 196, 121-134 (2002)

G. Stephens, and M.R.Mackley,Heat Transfer Performance for Batch Oscillatory Flow Mixing, Journal of Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, 25 (8), 583-594, (2002)

J.F.Agassant , F. Baaijens , H. Bastian, A. Bernnat, A.C.B.Bogaerds T.Coupez, B. Debbaut, A.L.Gavrus, A.Goublomme , M. van Gurp, R.J. KoopmansG, H.M.Laun, K.Lee, O.H. Nouatin, M.R.Mackley, G.W.M.Peters , G. Rekers W.M.H.Verbeeten , B.Vergnes M.H. Wagner, E.Wassner and W.F. Zoetelief. The matching of experimental polymer processing flows to numerical simulation International. Polymer. Processing. 17.1, 3-10 (2002).

A Lele, M.R. Mackley, G. Galgali & C Ramesh In situ rheo-xray investigation orientation in layered silicate-syndiotactic polypropylene nanocomposite melt. Journal of Rheology. 46,5. 1091-1110 (2002)

S. Wannaborworn, M. R. Mackley & Y. Renardy Experimental observation and matching numerical simulation for the deformation and break up of immiscible drops in oscillatory shear. Journal of Rheology 46,5. 1279-1294 (2002)

M.R.Mackley Process and product innovation J Chemical Technology and Biotechnology 78 , 94-97 (2003)

N.C.Mulji, M.E.Miquel, L.D.Hall and M.R.Mackley Microstructure and mechanical property changes in cold –extruded chocolate. Trans IChemE, 81,part C 97-105 (2003)

Y.K. Chen, M. R. Mackley and T. S. B. Sayer Colour change and microstructure evolution of wet flowing paint when subject to shear. Chemical Engineering Science 58 2505-2514 (2003)

N.C.Mulji and M.R.Mackley The axisymmetric extrusion of solid chocolate and the effect of die geometry Int Journal of Forming processes 6, 2 161-177 (2003)

M.S.Law, M.R.Mackley, J Bridgwater, G.D.Moggridge and A.E.Bayly Multilayer vesicles in a commercial surfactant system. AIChE Journal v 49 nos 11 29662973 (2003)

S.A.McKeown, M.R.Mackley and G.D.Moggridge Shear-induced structural changes in a commercial surfactant-based system. Trans IChemE 81A 649-664 (2003)

Liaw, M.S., M.R. Mackley, A.E. Bayley, J. Bridgwater, and G.D. Moggridge, Multilamellar Vesicles in a Commercial Surfactant System. AIChE J., 49 (11), 2966-2973 (2003).

Harvey AP, Mackley MR and Seliger T, Process intensification of biodiesel production using a continuous oscillatory flow reactor. J Chem Technol & Biotechnol 78, 338-341, 2003.

Bustnes, T.E., Kaminski, C.F. and Mackley, M.R. Direct visualization of flowing biomass capture and release within a fibrous matrix. Biochemical Engineering Journal 18(3), 231-234. (2004)

N. Reis. A.A. Vicente, J.A. Teixeira, M.R. Mackley Residence times and mixing of a novel continuous oscillatory flow screening reactor Chemical Engineering Science 59. 4967 – 4974 (2004)

M. Garcıa-Morales, P. Partal, F. J. Navarro, F Martınez-Boza, M R. Mackley, & C. Gallegos The rheology of recycled EVA/LDPE modified bitumen. Rheol Acta 43: 482–490 (2004)

T.R. Tuladhar & M.R. Mackley Experimental observations and modelling relating to foaming and bubble growth from pentane loaded polystyrene melts. Chemical Engineering Science Vol 59/24 ,5997-6014 (2004)

N.C.Mulji and M.R.Mackley Flow field determination during slit extrusion of solid chocolate. Int Journal of Forming processes 7, 3 375-386 (2004)

D.R.Arda and M.R.Mackley, The Effect of Die Exit Curvature, Die Surface Roughness and a Fluoropolymer Additive on Sharkskin Extrusion Instabilities in Polyethylene Processing. Journal of Non Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 126, 47-61 (2005)

D.R. Arda and M.R. Mackley, Sharkskin instabilities and the effect of slip from gas-assisted extrusion. Rheol. Acta 44, 4, 352-359 (2005)

N.Reis, A.P.Harvey, M.R.Mackley, A.A.Vicente and J.A.Teixeira Fluid Mechanics and design aspects of a novel oscillatory flow screening mesoreactor. Trans IChemE A 83(A4) 357-371 (2005)

B. Hallmark, M. R. Mackley, F. Gadala-Maria, Hollow Microcapillary Arrays in Thin Plastic Films, Adv. Eng. Mat., 7(6), 545-547, (2005).

B. Hallmark, F. Gadala-Maria and M.R.Mackley, The melt processing of polymer microcapillary film (MCF), J. Non-Newtonian Fluid. Mech., 128 ,13-28, (2005)

M.W. Collis, M.R. Mackley. The melt processing of monodisperse and polydisperse polystyrene melts within a slit entry and exit flow. J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. 128 ,29–41 (2005)

M.W.Collis, A.K.Lele, M.R.Mackley, R.S.Graham, D.J.Groves, A.E.Likhtman, T.M.Nicholson, O.G. Harlen, T.C.B.Mcleish, L.R.Hutchings, C.M. Fernyhough, and R.N.Young Constriction flows of monodisperse linear entangled polymers: Multiscale modeling and flow visualization. Journal of Rheology 49 (2) 501-522 (2005)

T.E. Bustnes, C.F. Kaminski and M.R. Mackley . The capture and release of biomass in a high voidage fibrous microstructure: Mechanisms and shear stress levels. Journal of Membrane Science 26, 1&2 ,208-220 (2005)

T.E. Bustnes and M.R. Mackley The capture and release of biomass in a high voidage fibrous filter.Chemical Engineering Science 6, 5206 – 5218 (2005)

C. H. Hornung, B Hallmark, R. P. Hesketh and Malcolm R Mackley The fluid flow and heat transfer performance of thermoplastic microcapillary films. J. Micromech. Microeng. 16 ,434–447 (2006)

J Engmann and M. R. Mackley Semi-solid processing of chocolate and cocoa butter: 1. the experimental correlation of process rheology with microstructure. Trans IChemE, Part C, Food and Bioproducts Processing, 84(C2): 95–101(2006)

J Engmann and M. R. Mackley Semi-solid processing of chocolate and cocoa butter: modelling rheology and microstructure changes during extrusion. Trans IChemE, Part C, Food and Bioproducts Processing, 84(C2): 102–108 (2006)

Y.W.Chen and M.R.Mackley Flexible chocolate. Soft Matter 2, 304-309 (2006)

S. Sonwai and M.R. Mackley The Effect of Shear on the Crystallization of Cocoa Butter. Journal of American Oil Chemists Society. JAOCS 83(7), 583-596 (2006)

P. Yimsiri and M.R. Mackley Spin and dip coating of light-emitting polymer solutions: Matching experiment with modelling. Chemical Engineering Science , Volume 61, Issue 11 , June 2006, 3496-3505 (2006)

R Valette, M R. Mackley and G Hernandez Fernandez del Castillo Matching time dependent pressure driven flows with a Rolie Poly numerical simulation. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics Volume 136, Issues 2-3 , 15 July, 118-125 (2006)

J-F. Agassant, D.R. Arda, C. Combeaud, A. Merten, H. Muenstedt ,M.R. Mackley, L. Robert and B. Vergnes,Polymer processing extrusion instabilities and methods for their elimination or minimisation. Journal of International Polymer Processing. V3, 239-255 (2006)

S. S. Rahatekar, K. K. K. Koziol, S. A. Butler, J. A. Elliott, M. S. P. Shaffer, M. R. Mackley, and A. H. Windle Optical microstructure and viscosity enhancement for an epoxy resin matrix containing multiwall carbon nanotubes Journal of Rheology, V50,5. 599-610 (2006)

K.B.Smith and M.R.Mackley An experimental investigation into the scale up of oscillatory flow mixing in baffled tubes.Trans IChemE, Part A, Nov 84(A11): 1001–1011(2006)

P. Yimsiri and M.R. Mackley, Microstructure and device performance of thin film light emitting polymers, Thin Solid Films Volume 515, Issues 7-8 , 26 3787-3796. (2007)

C. H. Hornung, M. R. Mackley, I. R. Baxendale and S. V. Ley. A Microcapillary Flow Disc Reactor for Organic Synthesis. Organic Process research and development 11(3) 399-405 (2007)

J. Embery , R.S.Graham RS, Duckett RA, Groves D, Collis M, Mackley MR, McLeish TCB Tearing energy study of “oriented and relaxed” polystyrene in the glassy state Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, Vol.45, No.4, 377-394, (2007)

A. Ma and M.R.Mackley. Experimental observation on the flow-induced assembly of Carbon nanotube suspensions to form helical bands. Rheo Acta. Vol 46, Nos 7 979-987 (2007)

M.Zheng, J.Li, M.R.Mackley and J.Ta The development of asymmetry for oscillatory flow within a tube containing sharp edge periodic baffles Physics of fluids 19, 114101 (2007)

F. Chinesta and M. R. Mackley Microstructure evolution during liquid–liquid laminar mixing: a kinetic theory approach Int J Materials Forming 1, 47–55 (2008)

A. W. K. Ma , M. R. Mackley & F. Chinesta The microstructure and rheology of carbon nanotube suspensions Int J Mater Form 1, 75–81 (2008)

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)

Zheng, M and Mackley, M.R The Axial dispersion performance of an oscillatory flow meso reactor with relevance to continuous flow operation. Chemical Engineering Science 63/7, 1788-1799 (2008)

N J. Darton, B. Hallmark, X Han, S. Palit, N.l K.H. Slater and M. R. Mackley, The in-flow capture of superparamagnetic nanoparticles for targeting therapeutics, Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and MedicineVolume 4, Issue 1, , March, Pages 19-29.(2008)

K. D. Coventry and M. R. Mackley Cross-slot extensional flow birefringence observations of polymer melts using a multi-pass rheometer Journal of Rheology 52, 2, 401-415 (2008)

D.G.Hassell and M.R.Mackley. Localised flow-induced crystallisation of a polyethylene melt. Rheologica Acta. 47, Nos 9 435-446 (2008)

D.G. Hassell, D. Auhl, T. C. B. McLeish and M.R.Mackley. The effect of viscoelasticity on stress fields within polyethylene melt flow for a cross-slot and contraction–expansion slit geometry. Rheologica Acta 47, Nos 7 821-834 (2008)

D.I Medina, B. Hallmark, T. D. Lord, M. R. Mackley, The development of voidage and capillary size within extruded plastic films. Journal of .Material Science. 43, Nos15 5211-5221 (2008)

E. Cueto, A. W. K. Ma, F. Chinesta, and M. R. Mackley. Numerical simulation of spin coating processes involving functionalised Carbon nanotube suspensions Int Journal of Materials Forming 1, Nos2 89-99 (2008)

A W. K. Ma, F. Chinesta, T. Tuladhar and M. R. Mackley. Filament stretching of carbon nanotube suspensions. Rheologica Acta 47, Nos 4 447-457 (2008)

B. Hallmark, C.H. Hornung, D.Broady, C. Price-Kuehne, M.R. Mackley, The application of plastic microcapillary films for fast transient micro-heat exchange. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. 51, 5344–5358 . (2008)

A W. K. Ma, F. Chinesta, and M. R. Mackley Rheological modeling of carbon nanotube aggregate suspensions J. Rheology. Volume 52, Issue 6, 1311-1330 (2008)

L. Scelsi & M. R. Mackley Rheo-optic flow-induced crystallisation of polypropylene and polyethylene within confined entry–exit flow geometries Rheologica Acta 47. 895–908 (2008)

M.R.Mackley Engineering the future of rheology within the UK Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid mechanics 157, 145-146 (2009):

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)

L. Scelsi, M. R. Mackley, H. Klein, P. D. Olmsted, R. S. Graham, O. G. Harlen, and T. C. B. McLeish. Experimental observations and matching viscoelastic specific work predictions of flow-induced crystallization for molten polyethylene within two flow geometries Journal of Rheology 53,4, 859-876 (2009)

A W. K. Ma, F. Chinesta, and M. R. Mackley. The rheology and modeling of chemically treated carbon nanotubes suspensions J. Rheology. Volume 53, Issue 3, 547-573 (2009)

N. M. Reis, Y Dimitri, B Chirgadze T. L. Blundell and M. R. Mackley The effect of protein–precipitant interfaces and applied shear on the nucleation and growth of lysozyme crystals Acta Cryst. D65, 1127–1139 (2009)

N.J. Darton, B. Hallmark, T. James, P. Agrawal, M.R Mackley and N.K.S. Slater Magnetic capture of superparamagnetic nanoparticles in a constant pressure microcapillary flow. Journal of Magnetism 321, 10. 1571-1574 (2009)

D. G. Hassell, J. Embery, T.C.B. McLeish and M.R Mackley An experimental evaluation of the formation of an instability in monodisperse and polydisperse polystyrenes. Journal of Non Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 157,1. 1-14 (2009)

D.G. Hassell and M.R Mackley An experimental evaluation of the behaviour of mono and polydisperse polystyrenes in Cross-Slot flow. Rheologica Acta, 48, 5. 543-550 (2009)

D.G. Hassell, D. Hoyle, D. Auhl, O. Harlen, M.R. Mackley and T. C. B. McLeish Effect of branching in cross-slot flow: the formation of “W cusps”. Rheol Acta 48. 551–561 (2009)

G. Hartung, J. Hult, R. Balachandran, M.R. Mackley, C.F .Kaminski … . Flame front tracking in turbulent lean premixed flames using stereo PIV and time-sequenced planar LIF of OH. Applied Physics B, 96,4. 843-862 (2009)

C.H. Hornung and M.R. Mackley The measurement and characterisation of residence time distributions for laminar liquid flow in plastic microcapillary arrays. Chemical Engineering Science 64, 3889 -3902 (2009)

C. Parmar, D. Walker, C.H Hornung and M.R. Mackley The experimental observation and modelling of microdroplet formation within a plastic microcapillary array. Chemical Engineering Science 64, 22, 4758-4764 (2009)

N.M.Reis, D.Y. Chirgadze, T.L. Blundell, M.R Mackley The effect of protein-precipitant interfaces and applied shear on the nucleation and growth of lysozyme crystals. Acta Crystallographica D65. 1127–1139 (2009)

D.I. Medina, F. Chinesta and M.R. Mackley Heat melding of voided polyethylene microstructures. Polymer, 50. 3302–3310 (2009)

F. Chinesta, A. A.W.K. Ma, M.R. Mackley, E. Cueto, G.Regnier and S.Chatel Modeling nanocomposites: from rheology to forming processes simulation International Journal of forming Material, 2, 1. 141-144 (2009)

C. Dorfling , C.H.Hornung , B.Hallmark , R.J.J.Beaumont , H.Fovargue , M.R.Mackley The experimental response and modelling of a solar heat collector fabricated from plastic microcapillary films. Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells 94 1207–1221 (2010)

C.H.Hornung, B.Hallmark, M.Baumann, I.R.Baxendale,S.V. Ley, P. Hester, P. Clayton and M.R. Mackley Multiple Microcapillary Reactor for Organic Synthesis.Ind. Eng. Chem. Res 49, 10. 4576-4582 (2010)

D.R.E. Snoswell, A. Kontogeorgos, J.J. Baumberg T.D. Lord, M.R. Mackley, P. Spahn, and G.P. Hellmann Shear ordering in polymer photonic crystals. Phys Rev. E 81, 020401-020405 (2010)

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)

J. Stasiak, M.R. Mackley, A.M. Squires, V. Castelletto, I.W Dynamics of shear-induced orientation transitions in block copolymers. Soft Matter, 6. 1941-1947 (2010)

M.R. Mackley Stretching polymer chains. Rheologica Acta, 49, 5. 443-458 (2010)

C.H. Hornung, B. Hallmark and M.R. Mackley A Palladium Wall Coated Microcapillary Reactor for Use in Continuous Flow Transfer Hydrogenation. Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis 352,10, 1736- 1745 (2010)

T.D.Lord, L. Scelsi, D.G. Hassell, M.R. Mackley, J. Embery, D Auhl and O.G.Harlen The matching of 3D Rolie-Poly viscoelastic numerical simulations with experimental polymer melt flow within a slit and a cross-slot geometry. Journal of Rheology 54, 2. 355-373 (2010)

D.C. Vadillo, T.R. Tuladhar, A.C. Mulji and M.R. Mackley The rheological characterization of linear viscoelasticity for ink jet fluids using piezo axial vibrator and torsion resonator rheometers. Journal of Rheology, 54, 4. 781-795 (2010 )

F. Scheiff,, M. Mendorf, D. Agar, N. Reis and M.R. Mackley The separation of immiscible liquid slugs within plastic microchannels using a metallic hydrophilic sidestream Lab on a Chip 11, 1022–1029 (2011)

M.R.Mackley and D.G.Hassell The Multipass rheometer; a review Part 1 , Part 2 Journal of Non Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 166, 9-10, 421-456 (2011)

D.Auhl, D.M.Hoyle, D.Hassell, T.D.Lord, M.R.Mackley, O.G.Harleen, T.C.B.Mcleish Cross-slot extensional rheometry and steady state extensional response of long chain branched polymer melts. J. Rheology. 55, 875- 901 (2011)

N.J.Darton, N.M.Reis, M.R.Mackley and N.K.H.Slater. Fast cation exchange separation in a plastic microcapillary disc
Journal of Chromatography A 1218, 10 1409-1415 (2011)

D. G. Hassell • T. D. Lord , L. Scelsi , D. H. Klein , D. Auhl , O. G. Harlen , T. C. B. McLeish and M. R. Mackley The effect of boundary curvature on the stress response of linear and branched polyethylenes in a contraction–expansion flow Rheologica Acta. 50, 675–689 (2011)

A D. Edwards N. M. Reis, N. K. H. Slater and M. R. Mackley A simple device for multiplex ELISA made from melt-extruded plastic microcapillar

54, 4. 781-795 (2010 )

F. Scheiff,, M. Mendorf, D. Agar, N. Reis and M.R. Mackley The separation of immiscible liquid slugs within plastic microchannels using a metallic hydrophilic sidestream Lab on a Chip 11, 1022–1029 (2011)

M.R.Mackley and D.G.Hassell The Multipass rheometer; a review Part 1 , Part 2 Journal of Non Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 166, 9-10, 421-456 (2011)

D.Auhl, D.M.Hoyle, D.Hassell, T.D.Lord, M.R.Mackley, O.G.Harleen, T.C.B.Mcleish Cross-slot extensional rheometry and steady state extensional response of long chain branched polymer melts. J. Rheology. 55, 875- 901 (2011)

N.J.Darton, N.M.Reis, M.R.Mackley and N.K.H.Slater. Fast cation exchange separation in a plastic microcapillary disc
Journal of Chromatography A 1218, 10 1409-1415 (2011)

D. G. Hassell • T. D. Lord , L. Scelsi , D. H. Klein , D. Auhl , O. G. Harlen , T. C. B. McLeish and M. R. Mackley The effect of boundary curvature on the stress response of linear and branched polyethylenes in a contraction–expansion flow Rheologica Acta. 50, 675–689 (2011)

A D. Edwards N. M. Reis, N. K. H. Slater and M. R. Mackley A simple device for multiplex ELISA made from melt-extruded plastic

y film Lab Chip 11, 4267-4273 (2011)

V. Ganvir, B.P.G Harshawardhan P. M. S. Bhamla, L.Sclesi, R.Thaokarb, A. Lele, M.R. Mackley Extrudate swell of linear and branched polyethylenes: ALE simulations and comparison with experiments J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. 166 12–24 (2011)

A. Abeynaike, A.J.Sederman , Y.Khan , M.L.Johns , J.F.Davidson , M.R.Mackley The experimental measurement and modelling of sedimentation and creaming for glycerol/biodiesel droplet dispersions. Chemical Engineering Science 79, 125-137 (2012)

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)

S.Bonyadi and M.R.Mackley The development of a novel micro-capillary film membrane Journal of Membrane Science 389, 137-147 (2012)

K. M. Yearsley, M. R. Mackley, F. Chinesta, A. Leygue The rheology of multi-walled carbon nanotube and carbon black suspensions J. Rheology. 56, 1465- 1490 (2012)

V. O. Adesanya, D. C. Vadillo, and M. R. Mackley The rheological characterisation of algae suspensions for the production of biofuels J. Rheology. 56, 925- 940 (2012)

S. Melendi, S.Bonyadi , P.Castell, M.T.Martinez and M.R.Mackley The functionalisation of carbon nanotubes using a batch oscillatory flow reactor Chemical Engineering Science. 84, 544-551 (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)

M.R.Mackley. Inventing and Developing Scientific Apparatus .British Society of Rheology Bulletin 53, 3 68-80 December (2012)

X Nogueira , B. J. Taylor, H. Gomeza, I. Colominas, M. R. Mackley
Experimental and computational modelling of oscillatory flow within a baffled tube containing periodic tri-orifice baffle geometries Computers and Chemical Engineering 49, 11 1-17 (2013)

K. S. Elvira, R.C. R. Wootton, N. M. Reis, M. R. Mackley and A J. deMello Through-Wall Mass Transport as a Modality for Safe Generation of Singlet Oxygen in Continuous Flows. ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. 1 (2), 209–213 (2013)

A. Abeynaike, J. F. Davidson and M. R. Mackley. The Experimental Observation and Modelling of Film Thinning and Film Retraction during the Interfacial Coalescence of Biodiesel and Glycerol Droplets. J Am Oil Chem Soc 90:1049–1062 (2013)

M. R. Mackley, C. Tock, R. Anthony, S. A. Butler and G. Chapman. The rheology and processing behavior of starch and gum-based dysphagia thickeners. Journal of Rheology 57, 1533-1553 (2013)

S. Wong, M.R. Mackley, S.A. Butler, J. Baumberg, D. Snoswell, C. Finlayson, and Q. Zhao. Wong et al 2015The rheology and processing of edge sheared polymer opals. Journal of Rheology 58, 397-409 (2014)

J.F. Agassant and M. R. Mackley. A personal perspective on the use of modelling simulation for polymer melt processing. Agassant and Mackley-IPP (2015) International Polymer Processing: Vol. 30, No. 1, 121-140. (2015)

Y. Ren, C. M. Crump, M. R. Mackley, G. Li Puma and N. M. Reis. Photo Inactivation of Virus Particles in Microfluidic Capillary Systems Biotechnology and Bioengineering. 113, 7. 1481-1492 (2016)

M.R. Mackley , S.A. Butler, S. Huxley, N.M. Reis, A.I. Barbosa and M Tembely The observation and evaluation of extensional filament deformation and breakup profiles for Non Newtonian fluids using a high strain rate double piston apparatus. Mackley HB4 JNNFM 2016 J.Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 239 13-27 (2017)

R.Valette, E.Hachem, M.Khalloufi, A.S.Pereira, M.R.Mackley and S.A.Butler Valette et al JNNFM 2019,
The effect of viscosity, yield stress, and surface tension on the deformation and breakup profiles of fluid filaments stretched at very high velocities
Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics.
263, January 130-139 (2019)