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- J J Crassous, M Siebenbürger, +4 authors M Fuchs
- The Journal of chemical physics
- 2008

We consider a model dense colloidal dispersion at the glass transition, and investigate the connection between equilibrium stress fluctuations, seen in linear shear moduli, and the shear stresses under strong flow conditions far from equilibrium, viz., flow curves for finite shear rates. To this purpose, thermosensitive core-shell particles consisting of a… (More)

The flow curves, viz. the curves of stationary stress under steady shearing, are obtained close to the glass transition in dense colloidal dispersions using asymptotic expansions in the schematic F₁₂(γ)-model of mode coupling theory. The shear thinning of the viscosity in fluid states and the yielding of glassy states is discussed. At the transition between… (More)

- Simon Lang, Vitalie Boţan, Martin Oettel, David Hajnal, Thomas Franosch, Rolf Schilling
- Physical review letters
- 2010

Extending mode-coupling theory, we elaborate a microscopic theory for the glass transition of liquids confined between two parallel flat hard walls. The theory contains the standard mode-coupling theory equations in bulk and in two dimensions as limiting cases and requires as input solely the equilibrium density profile and the structure factors of the… (More)

- Fabian Weysser, David Hajnal
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2011

We analyze the glassy dynamics of binary mixtures of hard disks in two dimensions. Predictions of the mode-coupling theory (MCT) are tested with extensive Brownian dynamics simulations. Measuring the collective particle density correlation functions in the vicinity of the glass transition, we verify four predicted mixing effects. For instance, for large… (More)

- David Hajnal, Zusammenfassung In
- 2007

In this thesis, starting from a schematic mode-coupling model, the dynamics and the ow behavior of colloidal dispersions under stationary shearing close to the glass transition is analyzed. Both analytical and numerical methods are applied. The most important control parameters of the model are the shear rate and the separation parameter measuring the… (More)

- David Hajnal, Joseph M Brader, Rolf Schilling
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2009

We study the influence of composition changes on the glass transition of binary hard disk and hard sphere mixtures in the framework of mode coupling theory. We derive a general expression for the slope of a glass transition line. Applied to the binary mixture in the low concentration limits, this method allows a fast prediction of some properties of the… (More)

- David Hajnal, Rolf Schilling
- Physical review letters
- 2008

Analytical and numerical calculations for a reduced Fermi-Pasta-Ulam chain demonstrate that energy localization does not require more than one conserved quantity. Clear evidence for the existence of a sharp delocalization-localization transition at a critical amplitude A_c is given. Approaching A_c from above and below, diverging time scales occur. Above… (More)

- Bernd Illing, Sebastian Fritschi, David Hajnal, Christian Klix, Peter Keim, Matthias Fuchs
- Physical review letters
- 2016

Investigations of strain correlations at the glass transition reveal unexpected phenomena. The shear strain fluctuations show an Eshelby-strain pattern [∼cos(4θ)/r^{2}], characteristic of elastic response, even in liquids, at long times. We address this using a mode-coupling theory for the strain fluctuations in supercooled liquids and data from both video… (More)

The flow curves, viz. the curves of stationary stress under steady shearing, are obtained close to the glass transition in dense colloidal dispersions using asymptotic expansions in the schematic F (˙ γ) 12-model of mode coupling theory. The shear thinning of the viscosity in fluid states and the yielding of glassy states is discussed. At the transition… (More)

- D. Hajnal, O. Henrich, +4 authors M. Fuchs
- 2008

We discuss the nonlinear rheology of dense colloidal dispersions at the glass transition. A first principles approach starting with interacting Brownian particles in given arbitrary homogeneous (incompressible) flow neglecting hydrodynamic interactions is sketched. It e.g. explains steady state flow curves for finite shear rates measured in dense… (More)

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