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Professor Mackley: publications 1973 to 1989

Refereed papers 

MR Mackley and A Keller.
Flow induced crystallization of polyethylene melts.
Polymer, 14, 16 (1973)

A Keller and MR Mackley.
Chain orientation and crystallization.
Pure and Applied Chem., 39, 193 (1974)

MR Mackley.
Hydrodynamic factors affecting the growth of fibrous crystals of extended-chain Polymers.
Proc. Int. Conf. on Theoretical Rheology (Cambridge). Ed. JRA Pearson (1974)

MR Mackley.
Shish Kebabs: An experimental preparation.
Colloid and Polym. Sci., 253, 261 (1975)

MR Mackley.
Shish Kebabs: Hydrodynamic factors affecting their crystal growth.
Colloid and Polym. Sci., 253, 373 (1975).

MR Mackley and A Keller.
Flow induced polymer chain extension and its relationship to fibrous crystallization.
Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. (Lond.), 278, 29 (1975)

MR Mackley, FC Frank and A Keller.
Flow induced crystallization of polyethylene melts.
Journal of Materials Science, 10, 1501 (1975)

A Keller, G Kiss and MR Mackley.
Polymer drag reduction in Taylor vortices.
Nature, 257, 304 (1975)

DG Crowley, FC Frank, MR Mackley and RC Stephenson.
Localised flow birefringence of polyethylene oxide solutions in a four roll mill.
Journal of Polymer Science A2, 14,1111-1119 (1976)

FC Frank and MR Mackley.
Localized flow birefringence of polyethylene oxide solutions in a two roll mill.
Journal of Polymer Science A2, 14,1121-1131 (1976)

MR Mackley.
Crystallization of flowing melts.
Proc. Int. Conf. on Polymer Rheology and Plastic Processing (Loughborough)(1976)

MV Berry and MR Mackley.
The six roll mill: Unfolding an unstable persistently extensional flow.
Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. (Lond.), 287, 1337, 1-16 (1977)

MR Mackley.
Flow singularities, polymer chain extension and hydrodynamic instabilities.
Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 4, 111-136 (1978)

MR Mackley.
Polymer processing; the physics of stretching chains.
Physics in Technology, 9, 13-19 (1978)

Z Bashir and MR Mackley.
Rapid cooling processing techniques applied to blends of polyethylene and paraffin wax.
3rd Int. Conf. Rapid Quenched Metals, V2, 213-224 (1978).

GF Knott and MR Mackley.
On eddy motions near plates and ducts, induced by water waves and periodic flows.
Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. (Lond.), 294, 1412, 599-628 (1980)

MR Mackley and AR Parker.
The mechanical response of polypropylene fibre-cement composites and its analogy with bone.
Material Science and Engineering, 45, 117-122 (1980)

MR Mackley, F Pinaud and G Siekmann.
Observations of disclinations and optical anisotropy in a mesomorphic polyester.
Polymer, 22, 437-446 (1981)

MR Mackley and GS Sapsford.
Techniques of preparing high strength high stiffness polyethylene fibres by solution processing.
Developments in oriented polymers, Ed. IM Ward, 201-224 (1982)

N Checker, MR Mackley and DW Mead.
On the flow of molten polymer into within and out of ducts.
Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. (Lond.), A308, 451-477 (1983)

DJ Graziano, MR Mackley and KF Wissbrum.
Stress relaxation after oscillatory shear in a thermotropic liquid crystalline polymer.
Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 13, 243-257 (1983)

DJ Graziano and MR Mackley.
Disclinations observed during the shear of MBBA.
Mol. Cryst. and Liquid Cryst., 106(1/2), 73 (1984)

DJ Graziano and MR Mackley.
Shear induced optical texture's and their relaxation behaviour in thermotropic liquid crystalline polymers.
Mol. Cryst. and Liquid Cryst., 106(1/2), 103 (1984).

NA Alderman and MR Mackley.
Optical textures observed during the shearing of thermotropic liquid crystal polymers.
Faraday Discussion Chem. Soc., 79, paper 12 (1985)

MR Mackley.
Hydrodynamics of polymer fluids.
Journal of Polymer Science Symposium, no. 73, (1985)

MR Mackley and IPT Moore.
Experimental velocity distribution measurements of high density polyethylene flowing into and within a two dimensional slit.
Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 21, 337-358 (1986)

ST Aldhouse, MR Mackley and IPT Moore.
Experimental and linear viscoelastic stress distribution measurements of high density polyethylene flowing into and within a two dimensional slit.
Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 21, 359-376 (1986)

MR Mackley and S Solbai.
Swell drawing; a new process for manufacturing high performance polyethylene.
Polymer, 28, 1115-1120 (1987)

MR Mackley and S Solbai.
Die free spinning; a new process for manufacturing high performance polyethylene.
Polymer, 28, 1111-1114 (1987)

MR Mackley.
The application of pulsatile flow to chemical and process engineering.
The Chemical Engineer, 433, 18-20, (February 1987)

CA Anton, MR Mackley and S Solbai.
Extrusion process of ultra high molecular weight polyethylene.
Polymer Bulletin, 17, 175-179 (1987)

MR Mackley.
The rheology and micro structure of flowing thermotropic liquid crystal polymers.
Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst., 153, 249-261 (1987)

MR Mackley.
Capillary rheometry.
Chapter 1 in "The Physical Principles of Rheological Measurement", Ed. AA Collyer and DW Clegg, Elsevier (1988)

CR Brunold, JCB Hunns, MR Mackley and JW Thompson.
Experimental observations on flow patterns and energy losses for oscillatory flow in ducts containing sharp edges.
Chem. Eng. Sci., 44, 5, 1227-1244 (1989)

HW Dickens, MR Mackley and HR Williams.
Residence time distributions of oscillatory flows in baffled tubes.
Chem. Eng. Sci., 44, 7, 1471-1479, (1989)

V Kamath and MR Mackley.
The determination of polymer relaxation moduli and memory functions using integral transforms.
Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 32, 119-114 (1989)


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