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ARESAmerican Real Estate Society
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ARESAlternative Retail Electric Supplier (Illinois)
ARESAstromaterials Research and Exploration Science
ARESAdvanced Rheometric Expansion System (Rheometric Scientific, Inc.)
ARESAccommodation and Real Estate Services
ARESAffordable Responsive Spacelift
ARESArchitectural Reasoning for Embedded Systems (ESPRIT Project 20477)
ARESAdministrative Resource Enterprise Services
ARESArchitectures of Networks of Services (France)
ARESAdvanced Research Electromagnetic Simulator
ARESAdvanced Regional Exploratory System
ARESAgent Rescue Emergency Simulator
ARESAir Replacement Engineered Systems
ARESAdministrativní Registr Ekonomických Subjektu (Czech: Access to Registers of Economic Subjects)
ARESArmy of Rage Elite Soldiers (gaming)
ARESAutomated Risk Evaluation System
ARESAdvanced Research and Experiments in Sensing
ARESAdvanced Research EMP Simulator
ARESAutomated Reliability Estimation System
ARESAtlas Régional des Éléments Sensebles (French: Sensitivity Mapping Atlas)
ARESAssociation of Retired ESA (European Space Agency) Staff
ARESAdvanced Reentry System
ARESAgile Responsive Effectiveness Support
ARESAdaptable Range Exercise System (telemetry)
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Rheological properties were measured by advanced rheometric expansion system (ARES: Rheometric Scientific, Inc.) Parallel plate geometry with a diameter of 25 mm was employed in an oscillatory mode.
These samples are used mainly for the measurement of complex melt viscosity by means of advanced rheometric expansion system (ARES; Rheometric Scientific Co.).
Advanced Rheometric Expansion System. ARES (Rheometric Scientific Co.) measures melt complex viscosities of both HPP and modified polypropylenes, at a temperature of 190[degrees]C under nitrogen atmosphere, with 0.1 rad/s of frequency and 15% deformation.
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