Microstructure and Rheology Relationships for Shear Thickening Colloidal Dispersions

@inproceedings{Gurnon2015MicrostructureAR,
  title={Microstructure and Rheology Relationships for Shear Thickening Colloidal Dispersions},
  author={A. Kate Gurnon and Norman J. Wagner},
  year={2015}
}
The non-Newtonian shear rheology of colloidal dispersions is the result of the competition and balance between hydrodynamic (dissipative) and thermodynamic (conservative) forces that lead to a nonequilibrium microstructure under flow. We present the first experimental measurements of the shear induced microstructure of a concentrated, near hard-sphere colloidal dispersion through the shear thickening transition using small angle neutron scattering (SANS) measurements made in three orthogonal… CONTINUE READING

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