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Microfluidics with non-Newtonian fluids and elastic instabilities

Sousa, P.C. and Afonso, A.M. and Galindo-Rosales, Francisco J and Campo-Deaño, Laura and Oliveira, Monica and Alves, M.A. and Pinho, F.T. (2012) Microfluidics with non-Newtonian fluids and elastic instabilities. In: 9th European Fluid Mechanics Conference, EFMC9, 2012-09-09 - 2012-09-13.

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