5 edition of Flow and Microstructure of Dense Suspensions found in the catalog.
May 1993 by Materials Research Society .
Written in English
|Contributions||Geoffrey C. Maitland (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||260|
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Dense suspensions are non-Newtonian fluids that exhibit strong shear thickening and normal stress differences. Using numerical simulation of extensional and shear flows, we investigate how rheological properties are determined by the microstructure that is built under flows and by the interactions between by: The flow properties and microstructure of dense kaolin clay suspensions are explored for volume fractions, φ, Flow and Microstructure of Dense Suspensions book large as To avoid flocculation these particles were suspended in pH 10 buffer Cited by: We review the fluid mechanics and rheology of dense suspensions, emphasizing investigations of microstructure and total stress.
“Dense” or “highly concentrated” suspensions are those in which the average particle separation distance is less than the particle radius. For these suspensions, multiple-body interactions as well as two-body lubrication play a significant role and the Cited by: Even when the flow-type dependence is hindered, nondissipative responses, such as normal stress differences, are present and characterise the non-Newtonian behaviour of dense suspensions.
Microstructure and thickening of dense suspensions under extensional and shear flows. We have studied the microstructure of a flow-driven hardsphere suspension inside a cylinder using dynamical density functional theory and Monte Carlo simulations.
In order to be representative of various physical conditions that may prevail in experiments, we investigate the problem using both the grand canonical (μVT) ensemble and the canonical (NVT) by: 4. Flow of dense suspensions In a general case various screening effects are possible and the potential, ~, of the body force field is dependent on the particle arrangement.
We utilize a custom-built shear cell mounted on a confocal microscope to directly visualize and quantify the microdynamic mechanisms that mediate the rheology of a nearly jammed colloidal suspension under constant-stress deformation, with and without attractive interparticle interactions.
The application of external stresses systematically increases particle mobility, as well as Cited by: 6. The viscosity of a dense suspension has contributions from hydrodynamics and particle interactions, both of which depend upon the flow-induced arrangement of particles into fragile structures.
Here, we study the response of nearly hard sphere suspensions to oscillatory shear using simulations and experiments in the athermal, non-inertial limit. Banfill, PFGStructure and rheology of cement-based systems.
in LJ Struble, CF Zukoski & GC Maitland (eds), Flow and Microstructure of Dense Suspensions. Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, pp. SYMP ON FLOW AND MICROSTRUCTURE OF DENSE SUSPENSIONS, BOSTON, 30/11/Author: P F G Banfill.
The dynamics and rheology of suspensions of rigid, non-Brownian fibers in Newtonian fluids are reviewed. Experiments, theories, and computer simulations are considered, with an emphasis on suspensions at semidilute and concentrated conditions. In these suspensions, interactions between the particles strongly influence the microstructure and rheological properties of the suspension.
The Cited by: 7. A strong coupling between shear, confinement and microstructure governs the flow of dense colloidal suspensions through narrow channels. In this paper we explore the additional complexity that arises when the channel is partially blocked by a constriction in the centre of the channel.
We then study dense suspensions and the effect of the solids volume fraction on the settling rate. We also investigate the orientation of the particles in the settling suspension. We then brieﬂy compare a simulation with data for human blood, and provide concluding remarks.
Simulation Methods Fluid Flow and Boundary ConditionsCited by: dense suspensions JamesFranckInstitute,TheUniversityofChicago,Chicago,IL October23, Abstract Many densely packed suspensions and colloids exhibit a behavior known as Discontinuous Shear Thickening in which the shear stress jumps dramatically and reversibly as the shear rate is by: 1.
We describe here a rigorous and accurate model for the simulation of three-dimensional deformable particles (DPs). The method is very versatile, easily simulating various types of deformable particles such as vesicles, capsules, and biological cells. In this paper, a simple shear flow of a dense suspension is studied.
We propose a new constitutive relationship based on the second grade fluid model for the suspension, capable of exhibiting non-linear effects, where the normal stress coefficients are assumed to depend on the volume fraction of the particles and the shear viscosity depends on the shear rate and the volume by: 2.
fluids Article Flow of a Dense Suspension Modeled as a Modiﬁed Second Grade Fluid Wei-Tao Wu 1, Nadine Aubry 2, James F. Antaki 3 and Mehrdad Massoudi 4,* 1 Department of Aerospace Science and Technology, School of Mechanical Engineering, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, NanjingChina; [email protected] by: 2.
Microstructure of dense colloid–polymer suspensions and gels. S A Shah, Y-L Chen, S Ramakrishnan, K S Schweizer 1 and C F Zukoski 1. Published 27 June • Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, Vol Number 27Cited by: The microstructure of this gel state with its dense (white) and less dense (black) regions is seen in the overlay image, the characteristic length scale of this structure is ± μm, i.e Cited by: 3.
In order to probe the role of microstructure inside the narrow granular shear zone, independent determinations are required of the velocity and density profiles with Cited by: We investigate the flow behavior of dense granular suspensions, by the use of an inclined plane.
The suspensions are prepared at high packing fractions and consist of spherical non‐Brownian particles density matched with the suspending fluid. On the inclined plane, we perform a systematic study of the surface velocity as a function of the layer thickness for various flow rates and Cited by: 1.
Flow and microstructure of dense suspensions. Pittsburgh, PA: Materials Research Society, © (OCoLC) Online version: Flow and microstructure of dense suspensions. Pittsburgh, PA: Materials Research Society, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource.
Recent years have seen significant progress in our understanding of the rheology of dry granular materials. A scale invariance of equations of motion in the rigid grain limit has helped identifying dimensionless quantities which govern flow.
After a review of recent results on dry granular materials, we show how this same dimensional analysis carries over to the case of dense, non-Brownian Cited by: 3 Dense granular suspensions in a Couette flow The flow of a 55% dense granular suspension made of acrylate (PMMA) spheres (diameter d = µm) immersed in a fluorescent fluid matching the refractive index of particles was investigated in a Couette cell (Fig.2a).
Particles are heavier than the fluid (δρ. / g cm 3) but a mixture of. Reversible shear thickening in colloidal suspensions is a consequence of the formation of hydroclusters due to the dominance of short-ranged lubrication hydrodynamic interactions at relatively high shear rates.
Here, we develop and demonstrate a new method of flow-ultra small angle neutron scattering to probe the colloidal microstructure under steady flow conditions on length scales Cited by: Bruce Hobbs, Alison Ord, in Structural Geology, Abstract.
Microstructure has a first-order influence on the flow stress of polycrystalline aggregates. It controls the magnitude of the flow stress (as a function of grain size and shape), the anisotropy of elasticity and of flow stress, whether localisation will occur and the pattern of localisation.
Featured in a commentary article “`Shear thickening’ in non-shear flows: the effect of microstructure” by Prfo Helen J. Wilson to appear in Focus on Fluids of the Journal of Fluid Mechanics A.
Pham, R. Seto, J. Schönke, D. Joh, A. Chilkoti, E. Fried, and B. Yellen. Colloidal suspensions Introduction So far we have discussed the motion of one single Brownian particle in a surrounding uid and eventually in an extaernal potential.
There are many practical applications of colloidal suspensions where several interacting Brownian particles are dissolved in a Size: 1MB. Freeze-casting, also frequently referred to as ice-templating, is a technique that exploits the highly anisotropic solidification behavior of a solvent (generally water) in a well-dispersed slurry to template controllably a directionally porous ceramic.
By subjecting an aqueous slurry to a directional temperature gradient, ice crystals will nucleate on one side of the slurry and grow along the. The microstructure of this gel state with its dense (white) and less dense (black) regions is seen in the overlay image, the characteristic length scale of this structure is ± μm, i.e., much finer than for the fluid/crystalline structure observed at a lower PEO by: 3.
Microstructure, local dynamics, and flow behavior of colloidal suspensions with weak attractive interactions Clara Weis1, Claude Oelschlaeger1, Dick Dijkstra2, Meik Ranft3 & Norbert Willenbacher1 We present a comprehensive micro- and macrorheological study of.
Bouma A is the first layer deposited by a flow, provided the flow has sufficient energy. Otherwise Bouma B, C or D will be the first layer deposited. Bouma A is deposited when the flow energy is high enough that fluid turbulence is able to keep the coarsest grains in suspension.
When energy drops below a critical level, the grains tend to. Extrusion is a widely used process for forming suspensions and pastes into designed shapes, and is central to the manufacture of many products.
In this article, the extrusion through a square‐entry die of non‐Brownian spheres suspended in Newtonian fluid is investigated using discrete element simulations, capturing individual particle Cited by: 6.
Abstract. Dynamic particle-scale numerical simulations are used to show that the shear thickening observed in dense colloidal, or Brownian, suspensions is of a similar nature to that observed in noncolloidal suspensions, i.e., a stress-induced transition from a flow of lubricated near-contacting particles to a flow of a frictionally contacting network of by: The coupled flow occurring at a slit die and the exit section of the twin screw extruder was focused upon using a model suspension, which was well characterized.
The experimental results (pressure and temperature distributions) agreed well with the results of our numerical simulation using 3-D FEM. Characterization of dense particle suspensions under flow.
(PMID) Abstract Citations ; BioEntities ; Related Articles ; External Links ' ' Zhu W, ' ' Knapp Y, ' ' Deplano V a Aix-Marseille Université, CNRS, Ecole Centrale, IRPHE UMR, Marseille, France. Author: Zhu W, Knapp Y, Deplano. Rheological properties of idealised models which exhibit all the non-Newtonian flow phenomenology commonly seen in dense suspensions are investigated by particulate-dynamics computer-simulations.
The objectives of these investigations are: (i) to establish the origins of various aspects of dense suspension rheology such as shear-thinning, shear thickening and dilatancy; (ii) To elucidate the Author: A.J Hopkins. Modelling of dense suspensions rheology of granular dense suspensions using computer simulations with discreste particles and develop constitutive models for flow of such suspensions.
It is vital to understand and be able to predict the rheological behaviour of complex granular systems, such as powders, pastes and slurries, for efficient. Microstructure of dense colloid polymer suspensions and gels: Authors: the results of all the scattering experiments and theoretical calculations a qualitative real space picture of the gel microstructure is constructed, and its mechanical consequences are qualitatively discussed.
Flow of a homogeneous suspension in a Newtonian fluid. We used the rheological model developed by Lecampion & Garagash ( (In revision)) to predict the flow of concentrated suspensions. They considered the rheology of monodisperse solids suspended in Cited by: 8.viscosity, surface density, density, and solidification nucleation rates, which would ordinarily be impossible to obtain due to the reactivity of the hot metal with container walls may be obtained from levitated samples.
ISS levitation experiments allow for a much wider range of manipulation of the samples due to the absence of gravity.