Revisiting the 1954 suspension experiments of

@inproceedings{HuntRevisitingT1,
  title={Revisiting the 1954 suspension experiments of},
  author={Melany L. Hunt and Charles S. Campbell and Christopher E. Brennen}
}
In 1954 R. A. Bagnold published his seminal findings on the rheological properties of a liquid–solid suspension. Although this work has been cited extensively over the last fifty years, there has not been a critical review of the experiments. The purpose of this study is to examine the work and to suggest an alternative reason for the experimental findings. The concentric cylinder rheometer was designed to measure simultaneously the shear and normal forces for a wide range of solid… CONTINUE READING
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