- Highly Filled Materials Institute
The Highly Filled Materials Institute is a materials research institute which focuses on materials which are difficult to process due to their high solid concentrations. Such materials are found in many industries including magnetics, ceramics, composites, and solid rocket fuels. Its versatile research integrates mathematical modeling with rheological and microstructural characterization and development of ultimate properties. HFMI's technology base includes patented mitigation of magnetic fields generated by extremely low frequency magnetic field sources, concomitant neutralization and encapsulation-based disposal technology for very toxic liquids and chemical munitions, technique for off-line and on-line quantitative characterization of degree of mixedness in concentrated suspensions, specialized simulation techniques for processing of polymers and suspensions, neutralization technique for groundwater contaminated with chlorinated hydrocarbons, patented rheometer for on-line rheological characterization, simulation methodologies for prediction of degree of mixedness using tools of dynamics, and a novel x-ray techniques for measurement of internal strains and particle size distributions.
Polymers Division of NIST
The Polymers Division of US standards institute provides standards, measurement methods, and fundamental concepts for plastics industry
The Society of Rheology, Japan
The SRJ consists of about 1,000 personal members and 120 sustaining members as of April, 1996
International journal with special interest in experimental and computational aspects. Subscription or purchase individual articles.
Rheology in Crust and Mantle
Application to Earth Sciences.
British Society for Rheolgy - BSR
Member of ESR. Includes society information, schedule of events, minutes.
Australian Society of Rheology
A bridge between academic research and industry