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US 2023-07-27
Fukuoka West Japan General Exhibition Center Annex Development of viscosity measurement method under extreme low-shear rate
Mika Iga, Satoshi Ishida (Nippon Paint CS), Keiji Sakai (IIS, The Univ. of Tokyo) US2023-20
We have developed a measurement technique using the EMS (Electro Magnetically Spinning) method to measure the viscosity ... [more] US2023-20
US 2023-07-28
Fukuoka West Japan General Exhibition Center Annex Viscosity behavior of low viscosity samples in the low shear rate range
Miki Horanp (Univ. of Tokyo), Taichi Hirano (Meiji Univ.), Shujiro Mitani, Keiji Sakai (Univ. of Tokyo) US2023-28
The viscosity behavior of “low viscous liquid in the low shear-rate region” was evaluated with an EMS viscometer. EMS i... [more] US2023-28
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. Application of micro-gel beads generated by inkjet system for mimic bio-material
Shujiro Mitani, Taichi Hirano, Keiji Sakai (IIS, Univ.of Tokyo) US2019-90
Using a inkjet system, it is possible to generate microdroplets with uniform size, ~ 30 µm in diameter, and uniform shap... [more] US2019-90
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. Fluidity measurement with EMS rheometer of micro-gel dispersions generated by original microdroplet technique
Taichi Hirano, Shujiro Mitani, Keiji Sakai (UTokyo) US2018-101
The Electro-Magnetically Spinning (EMS) method is an innovative and unique technique for measuring viscosity of fluids. ... [more] US2018-101
US 2018-07-31
Kyoto   Rheological measurements applying the EMS(Electro-Magnetically-Spinning) method -- Rheology Spectrometer, big benefits --
Yoshikazu Yamakawa, Yoji Okada (TE), Taichi Hirano, Keiji Sakai (UTokyo) US2018-33
Recently, we developed a new type of visco/Rheometer based on the Electro-Magnetically Spinning (EMS) method.
A new Di... [more]
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