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David Venerus, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Chemical and Biological Engineering Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL, United States 
Area:
Transport phenomena, polymer rheology, polymer foams
Website:
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James S. Vrentas grad student 1989 Penn State
 (Rheological constitutive equation development and evaluation for viscoelastic liquids)
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Venerus DC, Simavilla DN, Schieber JD. (2019) THERMAL TRANSPORT IN CROSS-LINKED ELASTOMERS SUBJECTED TO ELONGATIONAL DEFORMATIONS Rubber Chemistry and Technology. 92: 639-652
Venerus DC, Mick RM, Kashyap T. (2019) Equibiaxial elongational rheology of entangled polystyrene melts Journal of Rheology. 63: 157-165
Hall R, Desai PS, Kang B, et al. (2019) Assessing the Range of Validity of Current Tube Models through Analysis of a Comprehensive Set of Star–Linear 1,4-Polybutadiene Polymer Blends Macromolecules. 52: 7831-7846
Nieto Simavilla D, Schieber JD, Venerus DC. (2018) Evidence of Deformation-Dependent Heat Capacity and Energetic Elasticity in a Cross-Linked Elastomer Subjected to Uniaxial Elongation Macromolecules. 51: 589-597
Katzarova M, Kashyap T, Schieber JD, et al. (2018) Linear viscoelastic behavior of bidisperse polystyrene blends: experiments and slip-link predictions Rheologica Acta. 57: 327-338
Desai PS, Kang BG, Katzarova M, et al. (2016) Challenging Tube and Slip-Link Models: Predicting the Linear Rheology of Blends of Well-Characterized Star and Linear 1,4-Polybutadienes Macromolecules. 49: 4964-4977
Venerus DC, Nieto Simavilla D. (2015) Tears of wine: new insights on an old phenomenon. Scientific Reports. 5: 16162
Mick RM, Shiu TY, Venerus DC. (2015) Equibiaxial elongational viscosity measurements of commercial polymer melts Polymer Engineering and Science. 55: 1012-1017
Simavilla DN, Venerus DC. (2014) Investigation of Anisotropic Thermal Conductivity in Polymers Using Infrared Thermography Journal of Heat Transfer. 136
Gupta S, Schieber JD, Venerus DC. (2013) Anisotropic thermal conduction in polymer melts in uniaxial elongation flows Journal of Rheology. 57: 427-439
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