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1 Non-Newtonian behavior of incompressible fluids Power-law fluids in the simple shear flow An Introduction to Rheology Non-Newtonian behavior of incompressible fluids Power-law fluids in the simple shear flow Examples of power-law fluids: aqueous suspensions of solid particles An Introduction to Rheology Beazley (1980)
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2 Non-Newtonian behavior of incompressible fluids Power-law fluids in the simple shear flow Main limitation of power-law model An Introduction to Rheology
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3 Non-Newtonian behavior of incompressible fluids Bingham plastic fluids in the simple shear flow Bingham plastic model: An Introduction to Rheology Non-Newtonian behavior of incompressible fluids Bingham plastic fluids in the simple shear flow Example of Bingham plastic fluid: cement An Introduction to Rheology
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4 An Introduction to Rheology Barnes and Walters (1985)
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Unformatted text preview: Non-Newtonian behavior of incompressible fluids Bingham plastic fluids in the simple shear flow • Main limitation of Bingham-plastic model Non-Newtonian behavior of incompressible fluids Power-law fluids with a yield stress in the simple shear flow • Herschel-Bulkley model: An Introduction to Rheology 5 Non-Newtonian behavior of incompressible fluids Power-law fluids with Newtonian behavior at high shear rate • Sisko model An Introduction to Rheology Non-Newtonian behavior of incompressible fluids Power-law fluids with Newtonian behavior in some ranges of shear rates • Cross model: An Introduction to Rheology 6 Shear thinning behavior: fitting of Cross model to experimental data: (a) from Boger (1977), (b) Mills et al. (1980), (c) Quemada (1978), (d) Whitcomb and Macosko (1978)...
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