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2ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RHEOLOGY
AND MODELING OF MATERIALS

in Miskolc-Lillafüred, Hungary, 5-9 October, 2015.

 
 
 
 
 
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SESSION 19: Rheology and Modeling of Hetero-modulus, Hetero-viscous Complex Materials and Composite (RMHHCMC)


The engineering decisions, constructions and technology processes very often require materials with particular properties, which are capable to work in unusual mechanical, physical, chemical, thermal or biological environments. Generally the hetero-modulus, hetero-viscous and hetero-plastic complex materials and composites made from different sort of metals, alloys, ceramics, glasses, polymers. have better ability than others to absorb and dissipate the elastic and kinetic energy during extreme mechanical and physical environments like high speed collisions or shock waves.. Thanking to ceramic particles these material compositions have increased hardness and wear resistance and thanking to metallic containments most of the cases the they have much higher thermal conductivities and better thermal shock resistances, than traditional materials or composites. The applications of the hetero-modulus and hetero-viscous complex materials and composites are encountered in sectors like aerospace, defense, energy, saves, space, automobile and marine industries.

Session RMHHCMC provides a platform among leading international scientists and researchers both of rheology and materials sciences including physicists, chemists, mechanics, mathematicians, engineers, and PhD students for discussion and simulation of the recent achievements in rheology and materials modeling.

 

Chairs

 

Prof. László A. GÖMZE

University of Miskolc, and IGREX Engineering Service Ltd.

(Hungary)

femgomze@uni-miskolc.hu

 

Session Topics

 

Nano-, micro- and macro-rheology of hetero-modulus material systems

Nano-, micro- and macro-rheology of hetero-viscous material systems

Nano-, micro- and macro-heology of hetero-plastic material systems

Nano-, micro- and macro-rheology of hetero-modulus, hetero-viscous and hetero-plastic complex materials and composites 

Rheology under phase transformation in hetero-modulus hetero-viscous complex materials and composites

Rheology of hetero-modulus, hetero-viscous and hetero-plastic complex materials (HHHCMs) and material systems 

Measurement and modeling of rheological behaviors and properties – methods, equipments and errors

Rheology in RMHHCMC materials developments and applications

 
 
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