Effects of bubble deformation on the viscosity of dilute suspensions

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  title={Effects of bubble deformation on the viscosity of dilute suspensions},
  author={A. C. Rusta and Michael Mangab},
  year={2002}
}
  • A. C. Rusta, Michael Mangab
  • Published 2002
The relative viscosity ( μrel = suspension viscosity/suspending fluid viscosity) of low Reynolds number, dilute and surfactant-free bubble suspensions in simple shear is studied with a rotating cylinder, Couette rheometer. The conditions of the experiments correspond to capillary numbers ( Ca) of order 1 and bridge previous experimental, theoretical and numerical results that focused on either Ca 1 or Ca 1. The suspensions are shear thinning with μrel > 1 for smallCa. At largeCa, μrel… CONTINUE READING

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