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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
D-index
58
Citations
8,950
172
World Ranking
197
National Ranking
5

2001 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers

2001 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom

- Thermodynamics
- Composite material
- Mechanics

Mechanics, Constitutive equation, Finite element method, Classical mechanics and Viscoelasticity are his primary areas of study. His Mechanics study incorporates themes from Amplitude and Shear rate. His Constitutive equation research incorporates elements of Flow, Mathematical analysis, Weissenberg effect, Cylinder and Extrusion.

His Finite element method research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mechanical engineering, Stress and Bingham plastic. His Classical mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Drag, Computation and Deborah number. His Viscoelasticity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Rheology, Theoretical physics, Viscosity and Strain.

- A new constitutive equation derived from network theory (868 citations)
- Numerical Simulation of Non-Newtonian Flow (351 citations)
- The solution of viscous incompressible jet and free-surface flows using finite-element methods (258 citations)

Roger I. Tanner focuses on Mechanics, Rheology, Viscoelasticity, Classical mechanics and Newtonian fluid. His studies in Mechanics integrate themes in fields like Finite element method and Constitutive equation. The concepts of his Rheology study are interwoven with issues in Viscosity, Shearing and Elongation.

His Viscoelasticity study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Suspension. His work carried out in the field of Classical mechanics brings together such families of science as Flow, Stokes flow, Deborah number, Mathematical analysis and Shear stress. His study in Newtonian fluid is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Non-Newtonian fluid, Hagen–Poiseuille equation and Reynolds number.

- Mechanics (42.37%)
- Rheology (27.86%)
- Viscoelasticity (23.66%)

- Mechanics (42.37%)
- Rheology (27.86%)
- Composite material (18.70%)

Roger I. Tanner mainly investigates Mechanics, Rheology, Composite material, Newtonian fluid and Viscoelasticity. His research in Mechanics intersects with topics in Classical mechanics and Constitutive equation. He has researched Constitutive equation in several fields, including Strain rate and Deborah number.

His Rheology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Shear, Viscosity, Shearing and Elongation. His work deals with themes such as Volume fraction, Apparent viscosity and Shear stress, which intersect with Newtonian fluid. His research in Viscoelasticity tackles topics such as Differential which are related to areas like Second-order fluid and Viscoelastic fluid.

- Viscometric functions for noncolloidal sphere suspensions with Newtonian matrices (63 citations)
- Smoothed particle hydrodynamics simulation of non-Newtonian moulding flow (46 citations)
- Shear Thinning of Noncolloidal Suspensions (35 citations)

- Thermodynamics
- Composite material
- Viscosity

Roger I. Tanner mostly deals with Newtonian fluid, Rheology, Mechanics, Shear rate and Thermodynamics. The Newtonian fluid study combines topics in areas such as Volume fraction, Suspension, Relative viscosity, Non-Newtonian fluid and Colloid. Roger I. Tanner has included themes like Shear, Viscosity and Viscoelasticity in his Rheology study.

His Mechanics research integrates issues from Classical mechanics and Shearing. His Shear rate research includes themes of Dilatant, Crystallization and Shear thinning. Roger I. Tanner interconnects Drag, Drag coefficient, Parasitic drag, Oldroyd-B model and Deborah number in the investigation of issues within Shear flow.

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A new constitutive equation derived from network theory

Nhan Phan Thien;Roger I. Tanner.

Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics **(1977)**

1277 Citations

Numerical Simulation of Non-Newtonian Flow

M. J. Crochet;A. R. Davies;K. Walters;R. I. Tanner.

**(1984)**

765 Citations

The solution of viscous incompressible jet and free-surface flows using finite-element methods

Robert E. Nickell;Roger I. Tanner;Bruce Caswell.

Journal of Fluid Mechanics **(1974)**

396 Citations

Numerical study of the Bingham squeeze film problem

E.J. O'Donovan;R.I. Tanner.

Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics **(1984)**

338 Citations

A theory of die‐swell

R. I. Tanner.

Journal of Polymer Science Part A-2: Polymer Physics **(1970)**

305 Citations

Numerical study of secondary flows of viscoelastic fluid in straight pipes by an implicit finite volume method

S.-C. Xue;N. Phan-Thien;R.I. Tanner.

Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics **(1995)**

216 Citations

Three dimensional numerical simulations of viscoelastic flows through planar contractions

S.-C. Xue;N. Phan-Thien;R.I. Tanner.

Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics **(1998)**

211 Citations

Effect of the wall roughness on slip and rheological properties of hexadecane in molecular dynamics simulation of couette shear flow between two sinusoidal walls

A. Jabbarzadeh;J. D. Atkinson;R. I. Tanner.

Physical Review E **(2000)**

204 Citations

Finite element simulation of long and short circular die extrusion experiments using integral models

X.-L. Luo;R. I. Tanner.

International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering **(1988)**

197 Citations

Galerkin/least-square finite-element methods for steady viscoelastic flows

Yurun Fan;R.I. Tanner;N. Phan-Thien.

Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics **(1999)**

186 Citations

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