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The simulations have been carried out for the range of slip parameter 0 [less than or equal to] [B.sub.sl] [less than or equal to] 1000 using a linear slip law. A slip parameter, [B.sub.sl], greater than about 10 corresponds to almost a plug flow.
Figure 10c shows results for [B.sub.sl] = 100, where even more dramatic changes occur, and the minimum for the linear slip law has disappeared (occurring apparently at even lower die angles), while the minimum for the quadratic slip law has been shifted to around 2[phi] = 20[degrees].
For example, for molten polymers, quadratic and cubic slip laws have been reported [[u.sub.s] = -[beta][[tau].sub.w.sup.2] in Ref.
As mentioned earlier, nonlinear slip laws are quite often found in polymer melts, including quadratic and cubic laws.
In this regard, we may refer to this slip law characterized by Eq 11 as a nonlinear slip when m [not equal to] 1.
It may be noted that [[K.sub.S]] is the global stillness matrix due to the slip law, while {[F.sub.S]} exists when there is a moving surface in a mold.
The material constants for the viscosity function and the slip law used in the computations are listed in Table 1.
Verification of Treatment of Slip Law With Pipe Flow