2019 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For contributions in rheology, understanding of complex fluid dynamical instabilities, and interfacial engineering of superrepellent textured surfaces.
2019 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
2007 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For the development of methods for characterization of the rheology of complex liquids and improved understanding of elastic effects and instabilities
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mechanics, Viscoelasticity, Rheology, Composite material and Nanotechnology. Mechanics is closely attributed to Classical mechanics in his work. The concepts of his Viscoelasticity study are interwoven with issues in Rheometer, Shear flow, Relaxation and Stress relaxation.
His research in Rheometer intersects with topics in Viscosity, Shear rate, Breakup and Rheometry. His Rheology research integrates issues from Amplitude, Statistical physics, Constitutive equation and Complex fluid. His work on Icephobicity as part of general Nanotechnology research is frequently linked to Lotus effect, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Gareth H. McKinley mainly focuses on Mechanics, Viscoelasticity, Rheology, Composite material and Polymer. The Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Rheometer and Classical mechanics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Elastic instability, Micellar solutions, Flow and Stress relaxation.
Within one scientific family, Gareth H. McKinley focuses on topics pertaining to Capillary action under Rheology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Breakup. His study brings together the fields of Nanotechnology and Composite material. Gareth H. McKinley works mostly in the field of Polymer, limiting it down to topics relating to Chemical engineering and, in certain cases, Polymer chemistry.
Gareth H. McKinley mostly deals with Mechanics, Viscoelasticity, Rheology, Chemical engineering and Polymer. His work carried out in the field of Mechanics brings together such families of science as Capillary action and Inertial frame of reference. His research integrates issues of Shear, Fractional calculus, Superposition principle and Constitutive equation in his study of Viscoelasticity.
Gareth H. McKinley studies Rheology, namely Rheometry. His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Composite number, Coating and Adsorption. Polymer is a subfield of Composite material that he explores.
His primary areas of study are Viscoelasticity, Rheology, Mechanics, Chemical engineering and Polymer. His Viscoelasticity study is concerned with the field of Thermodynamics as a whole. Gareth H. McKinley has researched Rheology in several fields, including Thixotropy, Viscoplasticity and Plasticity.
His Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Drop and Capillary action. His study on Superhydrophilicity and Contact angle is often connected to Power density as part of broader study in Chemical engineering. His Polymer research is classified as research in Composite material.
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Designing Superoleophobic Surfaces
Anish Tuteja;Wonjae Choi;Minglin Ma;Joseph M. Mabry.
Superhydrophobic Carbon Nanotube Forests
Kenneth K. S. Lau;José Bico;Kenneth B. K. Teo;Manish Chhowalla.
Nano Letters (2003)
Robust omniphobic surfaces
Anish Tuteja;Wonjae Choi;Joseph M. Mabry;Gareth H. McKinley.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2008)
A review of nonlinear oscillatory shear tests: Analysis and application of large amplitude oscillatory shear (LAOS)
Kyu Hyun;Manfred Wilhelm;Christopher O. Klein;Kwang Soo Cho.
Progress in Polymer Science (2011)
New measures for characterizing nonlinear viscoelasticity in large amplitude oscillatory shear
Randy H. Ewoldt;A. E. Hosoi;Gareth H. McKinley.
Journal of Rheology (2008)
Droplet mobility on lubricant-impregnated surfaces
J. David Smith;Rajeev Dhiman;Sushant Anand;Ernesto Reza-Garduno.
Soft Matter (2013)
Relationships between Water Wettability and Ice Adhesion
Adam J. Meuler;J. David Smith;Kripa K. Varanasi;Joseph M. Mabry.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2010)
FILAMENT-STRETCHING RHEOMETRY OF COMPLEX FLUIDS
Gareth Huw McKinley;Tamarapu Sridhar.
Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics (2002)
A modified Cassie-Baxter relationship to explain contact angle hysteresis and anisotropy on non-wetting textured surfaces.
Wonjae Choi;Anish Tuteja;Joseph M. Mabry;Robert E. Cohen.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science (2009)
Elasto-capillary thinning and breakup of model elastic liquids
Shelley L. Anna;Gareth H. McKinley.
Journal of Rheology (2001)
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