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Polymer behaves like both solid and liquid in its melt state. Thus, controlling product dimensions in polymer processing applications is challenging and requires thorough understanding of molten polymer. Dr. Konaganti developed a novel mathematical model that can predict the extruded polymer dimensions while accounting for the complex flow phenomena.
A randomly-selected Doctoral citation each day: today from the Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical and Biological Engineering (PhD) - graduated in 2017