His scientific interests lie mostly in Rheology, Fourier transform, Amplitude, Polymer and Polymer chemistry. Manfred Wilhelm has researched Rheology in several fields, including Elastic modulus, Optics and Sensitivity. His studies in Fourier transform integrate themes in fields like Viscoelasticity, Thermodynamics, Shear stress, Frequency domain and Mineralogy.
His research integrates issues of Strain rate, Complex fluid and Nonlinear system in his study of Amplitude. His study in Polymer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Magnetization, Branching, Spin diffusion, Polyethylene and Molecular physics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Copolymer, Solution polymerization, Radical polymerization, Proton NMR and Physical chemistry in addition to Polymer chemistry.
Manfred Wilhelm mainly investigates Rheology, Polymer, Polymer chemistry, Composite material and Fourier transform. His Rheology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Shear, Viscoelasticity and Nonlinear system. His work carried out in the field of Nonlinear system brings together such families of science as Amplitude, Optics, Mechanics and Mathematical analysis.
His research in Polymer intersects with topics in Proton NMR, Dispersity and Analytical chemistry. His study explores the link between Polymer chemistry and topics such as Copolymer that cross with problems in Small-angle X-ray scattering. His Fourier transform research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Stress, Mineralogy and Shear stress.
His primary areas of study are Rheology, Self-healing hydrogels, Composite material, Polymer and Polymer chemistry. His Rheology research incorporates elements of Polystyrene, Small-angle X-ray scattering, Viscoelasticity and Cement. His Viscoelasticity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Amplitude, Relaxation and Complex fluid.
His Composite material course of study focuses on Fourier transform and Nonlinear system, Stress and Natural rubber. His Polymer study combines topics in areas such as Pulse sequence and Analytical chemistry. He combines subjects such as Copolymer, Chemical physics, Superabsorbent polymer, Reactivity and Diffusion with his study of Polymer chemistry.
Manfred Wilhelm mainly focuses on Rheology, Polymer, Composite material, Self-healing hydrogels and Fourier transform. His work deals with themes such as Cement paste, Cement, Small-angle X-ray scattering, Microscopy and Polypropylene, which intersect with Rheology. His Polymer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Proton NMR, Detector, Spectrometer, Pulse sequence and Analytical chemistry.
His Spectrometer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Chemical shift, Full width at half maximum and Sensitivity. His Self-healing hydrogels research incorporates themes from Superabsorbent polymer, Residual dipolar coupling and Radical polymerization. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Fourier transform, concentrating on Dynamic mechanical analysis and frequently concerns with Natural rubber and Nonlinear system.
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Poly(styrene-ethylene oxide) block copolymer micelle formation in water: a fluorescence probe study
Manfred Wilhelm;Cheng Le Zhao;Yongcai Wang;Renliang Xu.
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)
Length Scale of Dynamic Heterogeneities at the Glass Transition Determined by Multidimensional Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
U. Tracht;Manfred Wilhelm;Andreas Heuer;H. Feng.
Physical Review Letters (1998)
Macromolecular Materials and Engineering (2002)
Experiments on elastic cloaking in thin plates.
Nicolas Stenger;Manfred Wilhelm;Martin Wegener.
Physical Review Letters (2012)
Manfred Wilhelm;D. Maring;Hans Wolfgang Spiess.
Rheologica Acta (1998)
High Sensitivity Fourier-Transform Rheology
Manfred Wilhelm;Pierre Reinheimer;Martin Ortseifer.
Rheologica Acta (1999)
Establishing a New Mechanical Nonlinear Coefficient Q from FT-Rheology: First Investigation of Entangled Linear and Comb Polymer Model Systems
Kyu Hyun;Manfred Wilhelm.
Nature of the Non-exponential Primary Relaxation in Structural Glass-formers Probed by Dynamically Selective Experiments
R. Böhmer;R. V. Chamberlin;G. Diezemann;B. Geil.
Journal of Non-crystalline Solids (1998)
Rate memory of structural relaxation in glasses and its detection by multidimensional NMR.
Andreas Heuer;Manfred Wilhelm;H. Zimmermann;Hans Wolfgang Spiess.
Physical Review Letters (1995)
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