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Viscosity of suspensions modeled with a shear-dependent maximum packing fraction
A large amount of data from the literature on viscosity of concentrated suspensions of rigid spherical particles are analyzed to support the new concept that the maximum packing fraction (ϕM) isExpand
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A filtration model for the flow of dilute, stable emulsions in porous media. II: Parameter evaluation and estimation
Part I of this work outlined a new theory, based on deep-bed filtration concepts, to describe the flow of dilute, stable emulsions in underground porous media. Here, in Part II, we quantitativelyExpand
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Probing the interfacial region of microphase-separated block copolymers by differential scanning calorimetry
A region of broad nonlinear curvature is observed in DSC traces of ABA copolymers during temperature sweeps between the glass transition temperatures of the two principal microphases. This curvatureExpand
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A new interpretation of viscosity and yield stress in dense slurries: Coal and other irregular particles
AbstractIllinois coal was ground and wet-sieved to prepare three powder stocks whose particle-size distributions were characterized. Three suspending fluids were used (glycerin, bromonaphthalene,Expand
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Properties of Carbopol solutions as models for yield-stress fluids
The effect of pH on the non-Newtonian viscosity (η) of aqueous Carbopol 940 solutions is presented with high resolution (pH increments about 0.4) between pH = 2.8 and 12.7. Aqueous NaOH was used toExpand
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Influence of molecular structure on the rheology and thermorheology of metallocene polyethylenes
The rheology of linear and branched metal- locene polyethylenes (m-PEs) was investigated. The linear metallocenes were prepared by gas-phase polymerization, while the branched PEs were commercialExpand
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The continuing evolution of securitization theory
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Non-Newtonian viscosity curves of coal slurries were measured over a 3-5 decade shear rate range with a Weissenberg Rheogoniometer, for coal volume fractions up to 0.6 and particle sizes under 62Expand
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