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Journal of rheology
Synopsis A previously proposed self-consistent reptation model that includes chain stretching, chain-length fluctuations, segment connectivity, and constraint release is used to predict transient and steady shearing flows. Quantitative comparisons are made with the concentrated solution data considered in the previous papers of the series. The model is able to capture quantitatively all features of experimental data considered, including overshoot in both shear and first normal stresses, thedoi:10.1122/1.551030 fatcat:zauzkmpnnjhdjhxnzoyx6twbua