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1 Non-Newtonian behavior of incompressible fluids Power-law fluids in 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 Beazley (1980) An Introduction to Rheology
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2 Non-Newtonian behavior of incompressible fluids Power-law fluids in 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 simple shear flow Bingham plastic model: yp τ τη γ = + ± where τ y is the yield stress, and η p is the plastic viscosity An Introduction to Rheology Non-Newtonian behavior of incompressible fluids Bingham plastic fluids in simple shear flow Example of Bingham plastic fluid: cement An Introduction to Rheology
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4 Barnes and Walters (1985) Non-Newtonian behavior of incompressible fluids Bingham plastic fluids in simple shear flow
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