One of the challenges in modeling is figuring out how to select the right input to use for the system you would like to research. RheoCube helps to remove some of this complexity. One way it does so is by using Hansen Solubility Parameters (HSP) as input for the cohesive energy density of an ingredient.

HSP is especially suitable as it’s not limited to a narrow group of ingredients. It can be measured (or calculated) for solvents, polymers, or particles. It even offers insights into surfactants.