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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)

- J J Crassous, M Siebenbürger, M Ballauff, M Drechsler, O Henrich, M Fuchs
- The Journal of chemical physics
- 2006

We report on a comprehensive investigation of the flow behavior of colloidal thermosensitive core-shell particles at high densities. The particles consist of a solid core of poly(styrene) onto which a network of cross-linked poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) is affixed. Immersed in water the shell of these particles will swell if the temperature is low. Raising… (More)

- Matthias Fuchs, Michael E Cates
- Physical review letters
- 2002

A first-principles approach to the nonlinear flow of dense suspensions is presented which captures shear thinning of colloidal fluids and dynamical yielding of colloidal glasses. The advection of density fluctuations plays a central role, suppressing the caging of particles and speeding up structural relaxation. A mode coupling approach is developed to… (More)

We investigate stresses and particle motion during the start-up of flow in a colloidal dispersion close to arrest into a glassy state. A combination of molecular dynamics simulation, mode-coupling theory and confocal microscopy experiments is used to investigate the origins of the widely observed stress overshoot and (previously not reported)… (More)

- Matthias Fuchs, Michael E Cates
- Faraday discussions
- 2003

The nonlinear rheological properties of dense suspensions are discussed within simplified models, suggested by a recent first principles approach to the model of Brownian particles in a constant-velocity-gradient solvent flow. Shear thinning of colloidal fluids and dynamical yielding of colloidal glasses arise from a competition between a slowing down of… (More)

- J M Brader, M E Cates, M Fuchs
- Physical review letters
- 2008

Using mode-coupling theory, we derive a constitutive equation for the nonlinear rheology of dense colloidal suspensions under arbitrary time-dependent homogeneous flow. Generalizing previous results for simple shear, this allows the full tensorial structure of the theory to be identified. Macroscopic deformation measures, such as the Cauchy-Green tensors,… (More)

Starting from the microscopic Smoluchowski equation for interacting Brownian particles under stationary shearing, exact expressions for shear-dependent steady-state averages, correlation and structure functions, and susceptibilities are obtained, which take the form of generalized Green–Kubo relations. They require integration of transient dynamics.… (More)

A recently developed first-principles approach to the non-linear rheology of dense colloidal suspensions is evaluated and its results compared to those from simulations of sheared systems close to their glass transitions. The predicted scenario of a universal transition of the structural dynamics between yielding of glasses and non-Newtonian… (More)

- Christoph Borst, Thomas Wimböck, +10 authors Gerd Hirzinger
- 2009 IEEE International Conference on Robotics…
- 2009

Research on humanoid robots for use in servicing tasks, e.g. fetching and delivery, attracts steadily more interest. With “Rollin' Justin” a mobile robotic system and research platform is presented that allows sophisticated control algorithms and dexterous manipulation. This video gives an overview of the mobile humanoid robotic system… (More)

- S Kühnle, A A Ludwig, +5 authors R Rübsamen
- Audiology & neuro-otology
- 2013

The present study investigated the development of two parameters of spatial acoustic perception in children and adolescents with normal hearing, aged 6-18 years. Auditory localization accuracy was quantified by means of a sound source identification task and auditory spatial discrimination acuity by measuring minimum audible angles (MAA). Both low- and… (More)