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Pressure-flow rate characteristics of steady-state isothermal flows of molten viscoelastic polymers in cylindrical channels of any cross-section geometry



Pressure-flow rate characteristics of steady-state isothermal flows of molten viscoelastic polymers in cylindrical channels of any cross-section geometry



Chemical and Petroleum Engineering 43(9-10): 523-528




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DOI: 10.1007/s10556-007-0092-y


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