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Wagner, M. H. and Hepperle, J. and Münstedt, H. (2004). Relating molecular structure of model branched polystyrene melts to strain hardening by molecular stress function theory [23]. 48, 489-503.


Wagner, M. H. and Kheirandish, S. (2004). Quantitative analysis of melt elongational behaviour of LLDPE/LDPE blends [24]. Abstracts Polydays 2004, Potsdam, Germany, 120.


Wagner, M. H. and Kheirandish, S. and Koyama, K. and Nishioka, A. and Minegishi, A. and Takahashi, T. (2004). Modeling strain hardening of polydisperse polystyrene melts by molecular stress function theory [25]. Rheol Acta, 235-243.


Wagner, M. H. and Kheirandish, S. and Yamaguchi, M. (2004). Quantitative analysis of melt elongational behavior of LLDPE/LDPE blends [26]. Rheol. Acta, 198-218.


Wagner, M. H. (2006). ICR (International Committee on Rheology), Report IUTAM, 114-115 [27].


Wagner, M. H. (2006). Kampf dem Herzversagen – Stents aus Kunststoffen merken sich ihre Form und setzen gezielt pharmazeutische Wirkstoffe frei [28]. Forschung Aktuell 22, 32-33.


Wagner, M. H. (2006). Modeling nonlinear rheology of polydisperse polymer melts [29]. , 255-267.


Wagner, M. H. (2006). Nonlinear rheology of polymer melts: a new perspective on finite chain extensibility effects [30]. Korea-Australia Rheol. J., 199-207.


Wagner, M. H. (2006). The rheology of linear and long-chain branched polymer melts [31]. Macromol. Symp., 219-227.


Wagner, M. H. and Kheirandish, S. and Stange, J. and Münstedt, H. (2006). Modeling elongational viscosity of blends of linear and long-chain branched polypropylene [32]. Rheol. Acta, 211-221.


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