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2 Fluid–Solid Boundary ................... 3 Interfaces with Surface Tension...... 8 Constitutive Equations and Nonlinear Rheology of Polymer Melts .................................. 1 Classical Theories ......................... 2 Convected Derivatives and Differential Equations ............ 3 Microstructural Theories ................ 4 Conclusions ................................. References .................................................. 1 Thermodynamic Equations The properties of a continuum are defined by an imaginary experiment where a region of volume V with characteristic length L is imagined to contain molecules.
87) Fig. 2 Discontinuity across a shock wave. The tangential velocity is unchanged. The normal velocity is decreased Let the normal component of the fluid velocity be nA · vA = vAn . 88) =0. If et is the total (kinetic plus internal) energy, conservation of energy requires that [ρA etA nA · (vA − W)vAn + pA vAn − nA · (τA · vA ) + nA · qA ] + [ρB etB nB · (vB − W)vBn + pB vBn − nB · (τB · vB ) + nB · qB ] = 0 . 89) Because the discontinuity surface contains no mass, the curvature and the time dependence of W have no effect on the local validity of the equations above.
7]. The Molecular Stress Function (MSF) Model for Linear Melts. 7, 44–52], tube stretch is caused by the squeeze of the surrounding polymer chains, leading to a reduction of the tube diameter a from its equilibrium value a0 . Taking into account that the tube diameter a represents the mean field of the surrounding chains and its associated strain energy, it is assumed that the tube diameter is independent of the orientation of tube segments.