Shear viscosity and wall slip behavior of dense suspensions of polydisperse particles a)

@inproceedings{He2019ShearVA,
  title={Shear viscosity and wall slip behavior of dense suspensions of polydisperse particles a)},
  author={Jing He and Stephanie S Lee and Dilhan M. Kalyon},
  year={2019}
}
The significant problem of wall slip and shear viscosity of dense suspensions is addressed using steady torsional and capillary flows of a silicone polymer, incorporated with polydisperse particles with low aspect ratios, to achieve a relatively high maximum packing fraction, ϕ m = 0.86. Such a high ϕ m allowed the preparation of well-mixed suspensions with a wide range of solid volume fractions, ϕ, i.e., 0.62 ≤ ϕ ≤ 0.82. It is demonstrated that the characterization of the relative viscosity… CONTINUE READING

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