Vol.4 No.12 (December 2014)
The Stability Analysis and the Model of the Multiphase Lubricating Gel
Based on the multiphase lubricating gel distribution rule and influencing factors under non uni-form stress, and minimum entropy theory of steady state system, a model has been established which can describe colloid internal phase distribution.
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