2015 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For understanding flow-induced microstructural transitions in complex liquids and invention of ballistic-resistant fabrics by strain-hardening suspensions.
2014 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His main research concerns Rheology, Dilatant, Composite material, Colloid and Shear. His research in Rheology intersects with topics in Chemical physics, Viscosity and Viscoelasticity. His studies in Dilatant integrate themes in fields like Shear stress, Shear flow, Particle size, Non-Newtonian fluid and Hard spheres.
Much of his study explores Composite material relationship to Structural engineering. His study looks at the relationship between Colloid and topics such as Critical point, which overlap with Phase boundary, Glass transition, Nanotechnology and Cluster. The study incorporates disciplines such as Small-angle neutron scattering, Microstructure and Optics in addition to Shear.
Norman J. Wagner mainly investigates Rheology, Composite material, Colloid, Dilatant and Chemical engineering. His work carried out in the field of Rheology brings together such families of science as Shear, Mechanics, Microstructure and Viscoelasticity. His work deals with themes such as Small-angle neutron scattering, Neutron scattering and Optics, which intersect with Shear.
Particle is closely connected to Viscosity in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Colloid. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Particle size and Shear stress. His work in Chemical engineering covers topics such as Polymer chemistry which are related to areas like Polymer and Aqueous solution.
Norman J. Wagner mainly focuses on Rheology, Chemical engineering, Composite material, Mechanics and Small-angle neutron scattering. His Rheology study combines topics in areas such as Thixotropy, Complex fluid, Shear, Colloid and Microstructure. His work is connected to Dilatant, Shear and Asphalt, as a part of Composite material.
He usually deals with Dilatant and limits it to topics linked to Lubrication and Stress. His Mechanics research includes elements of Viscoelasticity, Inertia and Rouleaux. His work investigates the relationship between Small-angle neutron scattering and topics such as Rheometer that intersect with problems in Dielectric spectroscopy.
Norman J. Wagner focuses on Rheology, Composite material, Thixotropy, Shear rate and Small-angle neutron scattering. His research in Rheology intersects with topics in Shear flow, Mechanics, Stress, Shear and Viscoelasticity. His work on Dilatant, Asphalt and Elongation as part of his general Composite material study is frequently connected to Gauge factor, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
The Dilatant study which covers Classical mechanics that intersects with Computational physics, Small-angle scattering and SPHERES. The study incorporates disciplines such as Suspension and Shear in addition to Shear rate. His Small-angle neutron scattering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Crystallography, Microstructure and Rheometer.
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Colloidal Suspension Rheology
Jan Mewis;Norman J. Wagner.
The ballistic impact characteristics of Kevlar® woven fabrics impregnated with a colloidal shear thickening fluid
Young S. Lee;E. D. Wetzel;N. J. Wagner.
Journal of Materials Science (2003)
Shear thickening in colloidal dispersions
Norman J. Wagner;John F. Brady.
Physics Today (2009)
Reversible shear thickening in monodisperse and bidisperse colloidal dispersions
Jonathan Bender;Norman J. Wagner.
Journal of Rheology (1996)
Stab resistance of shear thickening fluid (STF)-treated fabrics
M.J. Decker;C.J. Halbach;C.H. Nam;N.J. Wagner.
Composites Science and Technology (2007)
Electrosteric Stabilization of Colloidal Dispersions
Gerhard Fritz;Volker Schädler;Norbert Willenbacher, ,† and;Norman J. Wagner.
The effects of particle size on reversible shear thickening of concentrated colloidal dispersions
Brent J. Maranzano;Norman J. Wagner.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2001)
Dynamic properties of shear thickening colloidal suspensions
Young Sil Lee;Norman J. Wagner.
Rheologica Acta (2003)
The effects of interparticle interactions and particle size on reversible shear thickening: Hard-sphere colloidal dispersions
Brent J. Maranzano;Norman J. Wagner.
Journal of Rheology (2001)
The Microstructure and Rheology of Mixed Cationic/ Anionic Wormlike Micelles
Beth A. Schubert;Eric W. Kaler;Norman J. Wagner.
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