1. illustration of how salt induces LLE and hydrates melting in POCB/water mixtures
    Gresh-Sill, M.; Banerjee, S.; Meyer, T. Y.; Velankar, S. S. Salt Effects on the Phase Behavior and Cocrystallization Kinetics of POCB-Water Mixtures. Langmuir 2024. doi: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.3c02428
  2. ridge localization and wrinkle packet patterns
    Guan, X. H.; Nguyen, N.; Cerda, E.; Pocivavsek, L.; Velankar, S. S. Ridge localization driven by wrinkle packets. Soft Matter 2023, 19 (47), 9206-9214. doi: 10.1039/d3sm01287e
  3. aluminum-plastic laminate composites
    Nguyen, C.; Ramalingam, K.; Kushnir, Z.; Rouhani, F.; Velankar, S. S. Mechano-Activated Shape Morphing of Aluminum-Plastic Laminate Composites. Advanced Engineering Materials 2023. doi: 10.1002/adem.202301111
  4. illustration of liquid POCB being added to liquid water
    Banerjee, S.; Gresh-Sill, M.; Barker, E. F.; Meyer, T. Y.; Velankar, S. S. Polymer co-crystallization from LLE: Crystallization kinetics of POCB hydrate from two-phase mixtures of POCB and water. Polymer 2023, 282. doi: 10.1016/j.polymer.2023.126087.
  5. ridge, wrinkle packets and flat line graph
    X. Guan, N. Nguyen, L. Pocivavsek, E. Cerda, S.S. Velankar, “Flat, wrinkled, or ridged: Relaxation of an elastic film on a viscous substrate undergoing continuous compression”, International Journal of Solids and Structures, 275, 112242, 2023 doi: 10.1016/j.ijsolstr.2023.112242
  6. zoomed in illustration of a crimped fiber
    N.N. Pitre, J.B. Moses, E. Tzeng, S. Abramowitch, S.S. Velankar “Crimped fiber composites: Mechanics of a finite-length crimped fiber embedded in a soft matrix”, Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, volume 22, 1083–1094 2023 doi: 10.1007/s10237-023-01702-9
  7. high viscosity fluid and low viscosity bridge illustration with total force and separation distance
    R. Lopez, J. Vasvani, J.J. McCarthy, S.S. Velankar, “Low viscosity liquid bridges: Stretching of liquid bridges immersed in a higher viscosity liquid”, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science OPEN, 9, 100079, 2023 doi: 10.1016/j.jciso.2023.100079
  8. slow relaxation and fast relaxation with delaminated and attached graphs
    N. Nguyen, N. Nath, L. Deseri, E. Tzeng, S.S. Velankar, L. Pocivavsek, “Topographic de-adhesion in the viscoelastic limit” Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 20, 20220598, 2023 doi: 10.1098/rsif.2022.0598
  9. compression-induced buckling illustration
    X. Guan, A.P. SarmaU, E. Kakarla HameshU, J. Yang, N. Nguyen, L. Pocivavsek, E. Cerda, S.S. Velankar, “Compression-induced buckling of thin films bonded to viscous substrates: Uniform wrinkles vs localized ridges”, International Journal of Solids and Structures, 254–255, Article 111843, 2022, doi: 10.1016/j.ijsolstr.2022.111843
  10. Charts showing the crystallization over time
    Barker, E.F., Banerjee, S., Meyer, T.Y., & Velankar, S. (2022). Liquids that Freeze when Mixed: Homogeneous Cocrystallization Kinetics of Polyoxacyclobutane-Water Hydrate. ACS APPLIED POLYMER MATERIALS, 4(1), 703-713.American Chemical Society (ACS). doi: 10.1021/acsapm.1c01626.
  11. Image showing 3 different examples of ate-dependent creasing of a viscoelastic liquid
    Guan, X., Reddipalli, L., Butler, D.T., Liu, Q., & Velankar, S.S. (2022). Rate-dependent creasing of a viscoelastic liquid. EXTREME MECHANICS LETTERS, 55, 101784.. doi: 10.1016/j.eml.2022.101784.
  12. Illustration of Stretching-induced wrinkling in plastic-rubber composites
    Breid, D., Lai, V., Flowers, A.T., Guan, X., Liu, Q., & Velankar, S.S. (2021). Drop Spreading and Confinement in Swelling-Driven Folding of Thin Films. LANGMUIR, 37(23), 6985-6994. doi: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.1c00520.
    Dilly, A.K., Honick, B.D., Frederick, R., Elapavaluru, A., Velankar, S., Makala, H., Hitchens, T.K., Foley, L.M., Guo, J., Beumer, J.H., Rigatti, L.H., Lee, Y.J., Bartlett, D.L., & Choudry, H.A. (2021). Improved chemosensitivity following mucolytic therapy in patient-derived models of mucinous appendix cancer. TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH, 229, 100-114. doi: 10.1016/j.trsl.2020.10.005.
  14. Smart graphene of interfacial localization
    Gavgani, J.N., Goharpey, F., & Velankar, S. (2021). Interfacially compatibilized PI/PDMS blends with reduced octadecylamine-functionalized graphene oxide: morphological and rheological properties. SOFT MATTER, 17(42), 9670-9681. doi: 10.1039/d1sm01057c.
  15. Cover of Extreme Mechanics journal with an image of increasing uniaxial stretch
    Ramachandran, G.R., de Cortie, J., Maiti, S., Deseri, L., & Velankar, S.S. (2021). Uniaxial stretch-release of rubber-plastic bilayers: Strain-dependent transition to stable helices, rolls, saddles, and tubes. EXTREME MECHANICS LETTERS, 48, 101384.doi: 10.1016/j.eml.2021.101384.
  16. Hoechst/Phalloidin images of stiff and soft examples on Day 1 and Day 4
    Xiang, S., Li, Z., Fritch, M.R., Li, L., Velankar, S., Liu, Y., Sohn, J., Baker, N., Lin, H., & Tuan, R.S. (2021). Caveolin-1 mediates soft scaffold-enhanced adipogenesis of human mesenchymal stem cells. STEM CELL RESEARCH & THERAPY, 12(1), 347. doi: 10.1186/s13287-021-02356-z.
  17. atomic breakdown of Poly(phthalazinone ether ketone) (PPEK)
    J.Y. Yang, A. Shen, and S.S. Velankar, The preparation and thermomechanical properties of high-temperature foams based on thermoplastic poly(phthalazinone ether ketone). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 138 2021 doi: 10.1002/app.49699 Download
  18. rubber-plastic laminate graph
    R.G. Ramachandran, S. Maiti, and S.S. Velankar, Necking and drawing of rubber-plastic laminate composites: Finite element simulations and analytical model. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 142 2020 doi: 10.1016/j.jmps.2020.104012 Download
    A. Patel, V. Sant, S. Velankar, M. Dutta, V. Balasubramanian, P. Sane, V. Agrawal, J. Wilson, L.C. Rohan, and S. Sant, Self-assembly of multiscale anisotropic hydrogels through interfacial polyionic complexation. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A, 108, 2504-2518 2020 doi: 10.1002/jbm.a.37001 Download
  20. Wrinkling instabilities for biologically relevant fiber-reinforced composite materials graphic
    N. Nguyen, N. Nath, L. Deseri, E. Tzeng, S.S. Velankar, and L. Pocivaysek, Wrinkling instabilities for biologically relevant fiber-reinforced composite materials with a case study of Neo-Hookean/Ogden-Gasser-Holzapfel bilayer. Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology,  2020 doi: 10.1007/s10237-020-01345-0
  21. Graph of lumen to media with endothelial cell, smooth muscle cell and internal elastic lamina marked
    N.N. Nath, L. Pocivavsek, J.A. Pugar, Y. Gao, K. Salem, N. Pitre, R. McEnaney, S. Velankar, and E. Tzeng, Dynamic Luminal Topography: A Potential Strategy to Prevent Vascular Graft Thrombosis. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, 8 2020 doi: 10.3389/fbioe.2020.573400 Download
    J.D. Naranjo, L.T. Saldin, E. Sobieski, L.M. Quijano, R.C. Hill, P.G. Chan, C. Torres, J.L. Dziki, M.C. Cramer, Y.C. Lee, R. Das, A.K. Bajwa, R. Nossair, M. Klimak, L. Marchal, S. Patel, S.S. Velankar, K.C. Hansen, K. McGrath, and S.F. Badylak, Esophageal extracellular matrix hydrogel mitigates metaplastic change in a dog model of Barrett's esophagus. Science Advances, 6 2020 doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aba4526 Download
  23. PFPE, PFPE/PEI atomic breakdowns and charts
    M. Herneisey, P.F. Salcedo, T. Domenech, C. Bagia, S.S. George, R. Tunney, S. Velankar, T.K. Hitchens, and J.M. Janjic, Design of Thermoresponsive Polyamine Cross-Linked Perfluoropolyether Hydrogels for Imaging and Delivery Applications. Acs Medicinal Chemistry Letters, 11, 2032-2040 2020 doi: 10.1021/acsmedchemlett.0c00198 Download
  24. Fumed silica triangle chart with 3 example images
    D. Amoabeng, A.J. Tempelaski, B.A. Young, B.A. Binks, S.S. Velankar, "Fumed silica induces co-continuity across a wide composition range in immiscible polymer blends", Polymer, 186, article number 121831, 2020 doi 10.1016/j.polymer.2019.121831 Download
  25. data graphs showing the tuning of thermoresponsive pNIPAAm hydrogels for the topical retention of controlled release ocular therapeutics
    E. Bellotti, M.V. Fedorchak, S.S. Velankar, S.R. Little, “Tuning ofthermoresponsivepNIPAAm hydrogels for the topical retention of controlled release ocular therapeutics”, Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 7, 1276-1283, 2019 doi 10.1039/C8TB02976H  Download
  26. visual data graph of wrinkles for vascular grafts
    L. Pocivavsek, Sang-Ho Ye, J.Pugar, E. Cerda, E. Zheng, S.S. Velankar, W. Wagner, “Active wrinkles to drive self-cleaning: A strategy for anti-thrombotic surfaces for vascular graft”, Biomaterials, 192, 226-234, 2019doi: 10.1016/j.biomaterials.2018.11.005 Download
  27. data graphs showing effect of reactive compatibilization on morphological and rheological properties of immiscible homopolymer blends of polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) and polyisoprene (PI)
    J. Nasrollah, S.S. Velankar, R. Foudazi, F. Goharpey, “Suppressing droplet coalescence and aggregation in immiscible homopolymer blends byinterfaciallycross-linked compatibilizers”, Journal of Rheology, 62, 1217-1231, 2018 doi 10.1122/1.5020961 Download
  28. data graph showing effects of particle wettability on the rheology of suspensions with capillary forces
    J. Yang, N.Heinichen, S.S. Velankar, "Effect of particle wettability on the rheology of suspensions with capillary forces", Colloids and Surfaces A, 558, 164-170, 2018doi: 10.1016/j.colsurfa.2018.08.062 Download
  29. three image showing solder bonds copper, to high conductivity metal network, to solder engulfs copper
    D. Amoabeng, and S.S. Velankar, “Bulk Soldering: Conductive Polymer Composites filled with copper particles and solder”, Colloids and Surfaces A, 553, 624-632, 2018.doi: 10.1016/j.colsurfa.2018.06.013Download
  30. before and after of topography-driven surface renewal
    L. Pocivavsek, L., J.Pugar, R. O’Dea, S.-H. Ye, W.W. Wagner, E. Tzeng, S.S. Velankar, E. Cerda, "Topography-driven surface renewal", Nature Physics 2018Download
  31. elastomer layer with uniform thinning added to plastic equals bilayer with modest localized thinning
    R. Ramachandran, H. Krishnan, S.Abramowitch, S.Maiti, and S.S. Velankar, “Necking and strain hardening of multilayered plastic-rubber films”, Soft Matter, 14, 4977-4986 , 2018. doi: 10.1039/C8SM00684A Download
    D. Amoabeng, and S.S. Velankar, “Review of improving electrical conductivity of plastics using low melting point metal alloys”, Polymer Engineering and Science, in press, doi:10.1002/pen.24774
  33. Graphs and patterns showing Polymer Hydrate Crystallization Improves Carbon Nanotube Memory
    M.T.Chido, P.Koronaios, K. Saravanan, A.P. Adams, S.J. Geib, Q. Zhu, H.B. Sunkara, S.S. Velankar, R.M. Enick, J.A. Keith, A. Star, “Polymer Hydrate Crystallization Improves Carbon Nanotube Memory”, Chemistry of Materials, 30, 3813–3818, 2018 doi: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.8b00964 Download
  34. Liquid water plus liquid POCB with illustrations showing it in water emulsion and as co-crystals
    J. Banerjee, P.Koronaios, B.Morganstein, S.J.Geib, R.M. Enick, J.A. Keith, E.J. Beckman, S.S.Velankar, "Liquids That Freeze When Mixed: Cocrystallization and Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium in Polyoxacyclobutane-Water Mixtures", Macromolecules, 51, 3176-3183, 2018. Download
  35. A structure composition map for immiscible polymer blends
    J. Yang, D.Roell, M.Echavarria, S.S. Velankar, "A structure composition map for immiscible polymer blends with partially-wetting particles", Soft Matter, 45, 8579-8589, 2017. Download
  36. A composition-morphology map for particle-filled blends of immiscible thermoplastic polymers
    D. Amoabeng, D.Roell, K.M. Clouse, B.A. Young, S.S. Velankar, "A composition-morphology map for particle-filled blends of immiscible thermoplastic polymers", Polymer, 119, 212-223, 2017.Download
  37. The rupture force of liquid bridges in two and three particle systems
    D.Lievano, S. Velankar, J.J. McCarthy, "The rupture force of liquid bridges in two and three particle systems", Powder Technology, 313, 18-26, 2017.Download
    T.J. Keane, J.Dziki, A.Castelton, D.M. Faulk, V. Messerschmidt, R. Londono, J.E. Reing, S.S. Velankar, S.F. Badylak, "Preparation and characterization of a biologic scaffold and hydrogel derived from colonic mucosa", Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B-Applied Biomaterials, 105, 291-306, 2017. Download
    L.T.Saldin, M.C. Cramer, S.S. Velankar, L.J. White, S.F.Badylak, "Extracellular matrix hydrogels from decellularized tissues: Structure and function", Acta Biomaterialia, 49, 1-15, 2017. Download
    J.Y. Yang, S.S. Velankar, "Preparation and yielding behavior of pendular network suspensions", Journal of Rheology, 61, 217-228, 2017.Download
    T. Domenech, S.S. Velankar, "Microstructure, phase inversion and yielding in immiscible polymer blends with selectively wetting silica particles", Journal of Rheology, 61, 363-377, 2017.Download
  42. Illustration of Stretching-induced wrinkling in plastic-rubber composites
    J.Y. Yang, S. Damle, S.Maiti, S.S. Velankar, "Stretching-induced wrinkling in plastic-rubber composites", Soft Matter, 13, 776-787, 2017.Download
  43. Threedistinct open-pore morphologies from a single particle-filled polymer blend
    T.E. Domenech, J. Yang, S.J. Heidlebaugh and S.S.Velankar,”Threedistinct open-pore morphologies from a single particle-filled polymer blend”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.,  18, 4310-4315, 2016. Download
  44. Illustration showing Stabilizing polylactic acid foams byinterfacially-adsorbed particles
    J. Lobos, and S.S. Velankar, “Stabilizing polylactic acid foams byinterfacially-adsorbed particles”,Polym. Eng. Sci, 56, 9-17,  2016. doi: 10.1002/pen.24185 Download
  45. Table graph showing nanoparticle fillers improve the strength and modulus of polymer foams
    Lobos, J. and Velankar, S.S., “How much do nanoparticle fillers improve the strength and modulus of polymer foams”, J CellPlast, 52, 57-88, 2016.doi: 10.1177/0021955X14546015 Download
    A.R.Massensini, H.Ghuman, L.T. Saldin, C.J. Medberry, T.J. Keane, F.J. Nicholls, S.S. Velankar, S.F. Badylak, M.M. Modo, “Concentration-dependent rheological properties  of ECM hydrogel for intracerebral delivery to a stroke cavity”, Acta Biomaterialia, 26, 116-130, 2015.Download
    A. Kulkarni, A.K. Lele, S.Sivaram, P.R.Rajamohan, S.S. Velankar, A. Chatterji, “ Star-telechelic poly(l-lactide) ionomers”, Macromolecules, 48, 6580-6588, 2015.Download
    S.S. Velankar, “A non-equilibrium state diagram for liquid/fluid/particle mixtures”, Soft Matter, 11, 8393-8403, 2015.Download
    Z. Cai, D.H. Kwak, DPunihaole, Z. Hong, S.S. Velankar, X. Liu, and S.A. Asher, “A photonic crystal hydrogel sensor for Candida Albicans”,Angew. Chemie. Int. Ed., 53, 13036-13040, 2015. Download
    S. Chatterjee and S.S. Velankar, “SMA-elastomer composites for reversibly-morphing surfaces”, Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures, 26, 324-339, 2015.Download
    Domenech, T.E. and Velankar, S.S., “On the rheology of pendular gels and morphological development in paste-like ternary systems based on capillary attraction”, submitted to Soft Matter, 11, 1500-1516, 2015.Download
    S. Chatterjee, C.L. McDonald, J.Niu, S.S. Velankar, P. Wang, and R. Huang “Wrinkling and folding of thin films by viscous stress, Soft Matter, 2015, in press.Download
    Domenech, T.E. and Velankar, S.S., “Capillary-driven percolating networks in ternary blends of immiscible polymers and silica particles”,RheolActa, 53, 1-13, 2014. Download
    Allen, J. J., Bell, G. R. R.,Kuzirian, A. M., Velankar, S. S., Hanlon, R. T., “Comparative morphology of changeable skin papillae in octopus and cuttlefish”, Journal of Morphology, 2014, in press.Download
    S.J.Heidlebaugh ,T. Domenech, S.V. Iasella, S.S. Velankar, “Aggregation and separation in ternary Particle/Oil/Water systems with fully wettable particles”, Langmuir, 30, 63-74, 2014. Download
    S-C. Peng, S.P.Nagarkar, J.Lowen, S.S. Velankar, “A circuit model for the pressure-controlled generation of bubbles in a microfluidic device”, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 15, 797-805, 2013. Download
    S.P.Nagarkar, S.S. Velankar, “Rheology and morphology of model immiscible polymer blends with monodisperse spherical particles at the interface”, Journal of Rheology, 57, 901-926, 2013.Download
    Medberry, C. J.; Crapo, P. M.; Siu, B. F.; Carruthers, C. A.; Wolf, M. T.;Nagarkar, S. P.; Agrawal, V.; Jones, K. E.; Kelly, J.; Johnson, S. A.; Velankar, S. S.; Watkins, S. C.; Badylak, S. F. "Hydrogels Derived from Central Nervous System Extracellular Matrix", Biomaterials, 34, 1033-1040, 2013. Download
    J-T. Zhang, L. Wang, X. Chao, S.S. Velankar, Sanford A. Asher, “Vertical spreading of two-dimensional crystalline colloidal arrays”, Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 1, 6099-6102, 2013.Download
    M.T. Wolf, K.A. Daly, E.P. Brennan-Pierce, S.A. Johnson, C.A. Carruthers, A.D'Amore, S.P.Nagarkar, S.S. Velankar, S. F. Badylak, “A hydrogel derived from decellularized dermal extracellular matrix”, Biomaterials, 33, 7028–7038, 2012. Download
    S.P.Nagarkarand S.S. Velankar, “Morphology and rheology of ternary fluid–fluid–solid systems”, Soft Matter, 8, 8464–8477, 2012. Download
    J-T. Zhang, L. Wang, D.N. Lamont, S.S. Velankar, and S.A. Asher, “Fabrication of Large-Area Two-Dimensional Colloidal Crystals”,Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 51, 6117–6120, 2012.Download
    S.S. Velankar, V. Lai, R.A.Vaia, “Swelling-induced delamination causes folding of surface-tethered polymer gels”, ACS App. Mat. Int., 4, 24-29, 2012.Download
    C. DeLeo, C.A.Pinotti, Maria doCarmo Gonçalves, S.S. Velankar, “Preparation and characterization of clay nanocomposites of plasticized starch and polypropylene polymer blends”, J. Polym Envir., 19, 689-697, 2011. Download
    S. Fu, A. Thacker, D.M.Sperger, R.L.Boni, I.S. Buckner, S.S. Velankar, E.J.Munson, L.H. Block, “Relevance of Rheological Properties of Sodium Alginate in Solution to Calcium Alginate Gel Properties”, AAPS PharmSciTech, 12, 453-460, 2011. Download
    C. DeLeo, S.S. Velankar, “Effect of composition on the rheology and morphology of reactively-compatibilized model polymer blends”, J. Rheology, 55, 713-731, 2011.Download
    S. Fu, A. Thacker, D.M.Sperger, R.L.Boni, S.S. Velankar, E.J.Munson, L.H. Block, “Rheological Evaluation of Inter-grade and Inter-batch Variability of Sodium Alginate”, AAPS PharmSciTech, 11, 1662-1674, 2010. Download
    P.Thareja, K. Moritz, S.S. Velankar, “The effect ofinterfacially-adsorbed particles in polymer blends: Coalescence suppression vs. coalescence promotion”, Rheol. Acta., 49, 285-298, 2010. Download
    C. DeLeo, J. Goetz, B. Young, S.S. Velankar, “Renewable elastomers based on blends ofmaleatedpolypropylene and plasticized starch”, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 116, 1775–1781, 2010. Download
    J.N.Marhefka, R. Zhao, Z. Wu, S.S. Velankar, J.F.Antaki and M.V. Kameneva, “Drag reducing polymers improve tissue perfusion via modification of the RBC traffic in microvessels”, Biorheology, 46, 281-292, 2009. Download
    M.M.Muscatello, L.E.Stunja, P. Thareja, L. Wang, J.J. Bohn, S.S. Velankar, and S.A. Asher, “Dependence of photonic crystal nanocomposite elasticity on crystalline colloidal array particle size”, Macromolecules, 42, 4403-4406, 2009. Download
    H-L. Cheng and S.S. Velankar, “Controlled jamming of particle-laden interfaces using a Spinning Drop Tensiometer”, Langmuir, 25, 4412-4420, 2009.Download
    C. DeLeo, S.S. Velankar, “Rheology of immiscible blends with compatibilizer: Differences betweendiblocksand reactive compatibilizers”, J. Rheology, 52, 1385-1404, 2008. Download
    J.N.Marhefka, S.S. Velankar, T.M. Chapman, and M.V.Kameneva, “Mechanical degradation of drag reducing polymers in suspensions of blood cells and rigid particles”, Biorheology, 45, 599-609, 2008. Download
    J.N.Marhefka, S.S. Velankar, R. Zhao, Z. Wu, J.F.Antaki, and M.V. Kameneva, “Microscale effects of drag-reducing polymers”, Biorheology, 45, 58-59, 2008.
    P.Thareja, B.P.Ising, S.J. Kingston, S.S. Velankar, “Polymer foams stabilized by particles adsorbed at the air/polymer interface”, Macromol. Rapid Comm., 29, 1329-1334, 2008. Download
    P.Thareja, S.S. Velankar, “Interfacial activity of particles at PI/PDMS and PI/PIB interfaces: Analysis based onGirifalco-Good theory”, Colloid Polym. Sci., 286, 1257-1264, 2008. Download
    J. Martin, S.S. Velankar, “Unusual dynamics of PEG/PPG/Pluronic interfaces”, J. Colloid Int. Sci., 322, 669-674, 2008.
    D.O.Freytes, J.D. Martin, S.S. Velankar, A.S. Lee, S.F.Badylak, “Preparation and characterization of an injectable form of the porcine Urinary Bladder Matrix”, Biomaterials, 29, 1630-1637, 2008. Download
    J. Martin, S.S. Velankar, “Varying the blending protocol to control the morphology of immiscible polymer blends with compatibilizer”,AIChEJ, 54, 791-801, 2008. Download
    P.Thareja, S.S. Velankar, Rheological effects of particle-induced bridging in PEO/PIB blends”,Rheol. Acta, 47, 189-200, 2008.
    M. Angeles, H-L. Cheng, S.S. Velankar, “Emulsion electrospinning: Composite fibers from drop breakup during electrospinning”, Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 19, 728-733, 2008.Download
    H-L. Cheng and S.S. Velankar, “Film-climbing of particle-laden interfaces”, Colloids and Surfaces A, 315, 275-284, 2008.Download
    S.S. Velankar, D. Giles “How do I know my phase angles are correct?”,Rheol. Bulletin, 76 (2), 8, 2007.Download
    J. Martin, S.S. Velankar, “Effects of Compatibilizer on Immiscible Polymer Blends near Phase Inversion”, J.Rheol., 51, 669-692, 2007.Download
    P.Tharejaand S. Velankar, “Particle-induced bridging in immiscible polymer blends”, Rheol. Acta, 46, 405-512, 2007. Download
    B.J.Adzimaand S. Velankar, “Pressure drops for droplet flows in microfluidic channels”, J. Micromechanics and Microeng., 16, 1504-1510, 2006. Download
    J. Wang, S. Velankar, “Strain recovery of model immiscible blends: Effects of added compatibilizer”,Rheol. Acta, 45, 741-753, 2006.Download
    J. Wang, S. Velankar, “Strain recovery of model immiscible blends without compatibilizer”,Rheol. Acta, 45, 297-304, 2006.Download
    J. Martin, S. Velankar, “Interfacial Tension Errors from the Cohen and Carriere Analysis of Imbedded Fiber Retraction”, Macromolecules, 38, 10614-10618, 2005.Download
    S. Velankar, P. VanPuyvelde, J.Mewis, P. Moldenaers, “Steady-shear rheological properties of model compatibilized blends”, J. Rheol., 48, 725-745, 2004. Download
    E. VanHemelrijck, P. VanPuyvelde, S. Velankar, C.W. Macosko, P. Moldenaers, “Interfacial viscoelasticity and coalescence suppression in compatibilized polymer blends”, J. Rheol., 48, 143-158, 2004. Download
    S. Velankar, H. Zhou, H.K. Jeon, C.W.Macosko, “CFD-evaluation of drop retraction methods for the measurement of interfacial tension of surfactant-laden drops”, J. Colloid Int. Sci., 272, 172-185, 2004.Download
    P. Van Puyvelde, S. Velankar, J. Mewis, P. Moldenaers, “Effect of Marangoni stresses on the deformation and coalescence in compatibilized immiscible polymer blends”, Polym. Eng. Sci., 42, 1956-1964, 2002. Download
    S. Velankar, P.Moldenaers, “Bidispersepolymeric mixtures for independent control of viscosity and elasticity”, Rheol. Acta, 41, 394-407, 2002. Download
    S. Velankar, P. VanPuyvelde, J.Mewis, P. Moldenaers, “Effect of compatibilization on the breakup of polymeric drops in shear flow”, J. Rheol., 45, 1007-1019, 2001. Download
    S. Velankar, S.L. Cooper, “Microphase separation and rheological properties of polyurethane melts. Part 3: Effect of block incompatibility on the viscoelastic properties”, Macromolecules, 33, 382-394, 2000.Download
    S. Velankar, S.L. Cooper, “Microphase separation and rheological properties of polyurethane melts. Part 2: Effect of block incompatibility on the microstructure”, Macromolecules, 33, 395-403, 2000.Download
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