Bangwu Jiang, Ph.D.

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2005 The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, United States 
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Chemical Engineering, Materials Science Engineering
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David J. Keffer grad student 2005 University of Tennessee
 (Study of rheological properties of polymeric liquids by using multiple-mode models.)
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Jiang B, Selvan ME, Keffer DJ, et al. (2009) A reactive molecular dynamics study of the thermal decomposition of perfluorodimethyl ether. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 113: 13670-7
Jiang B, Keffer DJ, Edwards BJ. (2008) A quantum mechanical study of the decomposition of CF3OCF3 and CF3CF2OCF2CF3 in the presence of AlF3. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 112: 2604-9
Jiang B, Kim J, Keffer D, et al. (2008) Comparison of perfluoropolyethers andn-alkanes under shear via nonequilibrium molecular dynamics simulation Molecular Simulation. 34: 231-242
Jiang B, Crawford NJ, Keffer DJ, et al. (2007) Comparison of rheological properties of short-chain perfluoropolyethers through simulation and experiment Molecular Simulation. 33: 871-878
Jiang B, Kamerkar PA, Keffer DJ, et al. (2007) Using multiple-mode models for fitting and predicting the rheological properties of polymeric melts. II. Single and double step-strain flows Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 105: 2884-2892
Baig C, Jiang B, Edwards BJ, et al. (2006) A comparison of simple rheological models and simulation data of n-hexadecane under shear and elongational flows Journal of Rheology. 50: 625-640
Jiang B, Keffer DJ, Edwards BJ. (2006) Estimation and analysis of the rheological properties of a perfluoropolyether through molecular dynamics simulation Journal of Fluorine Chemistry. 127: 787-795
Jiang B, Kamerkar PA, Keffer DJ, et al. (2005) Using multiple-mode models for fitting and predicting rheological properties of polymeric melts Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 99: 405-423
Jiang B, Kamerkar P, Keffer D, et al. (2004) A test case for predicting the rheological properties of polymeric liquids: the multiple coupled Maxwell modes model Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics. 120: 11-32
Jiang B, Keffer DJ, Edwards BJ, et al. (2003) Modeling shear thickening in dilute polymer solutions: Temperature, concentration, and molecular weight dependencies Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 90: 2997-3011
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