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Vane rheometry of bentonite gels
Abstract We describe the use of a four-bladed vane to measure the yield stress τ0 of a series of aqueous bentonite clay suspensions. An extension of the vane technique is given, showing how the shearExpand
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Refractive index measurement of absorbing and turbid fluids by reflection near the critical angle
A method is described for measuring the specular optical reflectance R( phi ) of the interface between a fluid and a glass prism, the incident and reflected light being in the glass, and the angle ofExpand
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Optical properties of polymers
Well, someone can decide by themselves what they want to do and need to do but sometimes, that kind of person will need some optical properties of polymers references. People with open minded willExpand
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Constant-force squeeze flow of soft solids
Abstract. Experiments are described in which the time-dependence of the sample thickness h(t) was measured for various soft solid materials squeezed between two parallel glass plates by a constantExpand
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Refractive index of concentrated colloidal dispersions
This paper describes the measurement and theoretical interpretation of the refractive index, n′, of a range of disordered aqueous colloidal dispersions. Concentrations up to 50% by volume andExpand
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Squeeze flow of soft solids between rough surfaces
Newtonian liquids and non-Newtonian soft solids were squeezed between parallel glass plates by a constant force F applied at time t=0. The plate separation h(t) and the squeeze-rate %Expand
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A filtration model of the capillary suction time method
Abstract The capillary suction time (CST) method for measuring the filterability of suspensions is reviewed. A model is given in which the CST is shown to be related to the fluid loss, orExpand
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Effects of plate roughness in squeeze-flow rheometry
Abstract Newtonian fluids and non-Newtonian soft solids were squeezed between parallel glass plates by a constant force F applied at time t = 0. The plate separation h(t) and the squeeze-rate V ( t )Expand
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The filtration properties of compressible mud filtercakes
Abstract The permeability and compressibility of drilling fluid filtercakes are investigated, by experiment and by modelling, as a function of the barite content of the cake and of the filtrationExpand
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