Food Rheology II addresses special chapters in rheology such as suspension and emulsion rheology, constitutive equations, extensional rheology, optical methods in rheology, and interfacial rheology.
The rheology of complex materials such as solutions, emulsions, and suspension will be discussed. In addition, several advanced rheological techniques (extension, rheo-optics, interfacial rheology) will be introduced and discussed in light of material characterization of complex fluids.
Lectures will be given on structure and rheology of complex fluids (8h), constitutive equations (2h), optical methods in rheology (4h), extensional rheology (4h), and interfacial rheology (6h).
Notes will be handed out during the lectures.
Provided in the lecture notes.
Voraussetzungen / Besonderes
Attending Food Rheology I is beneficial but not mandatory. A short repetition of the basic principles of rheology will be given in the beginning of Food Rheology II.