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Theory and applications of colloidal suspension rheology / edited by Norman J. Wagner, Jan Mewis.

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Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2021.
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Cambridge series in chemical engineering
Cambridge series in chemical engineering
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Subjects:
Rheology.
Suspensions (Chemistry).
Colloids.
Contents:
Cover
Half-title
Series information
Title page
Copyright information
Dedication
Contents
List of Contributors
Preface
General List of Symbols
Useful Physical Constants and Values
1 Introduction to Colloidal Suspension Rheology
1.1 Structure of this Chapter and the Book
1.2 Introduction and Observations
1.3 Colloidal Hard Spheres
1.3.1 Characteristic Properties of Brownian Particles
1.3.2 Brownian Hard Sphere Phase Behavior and Diffusion
1.4 Brownian Hard Sphere Rheology
1.4.1 Behavior at Low Shear Rates and Linear Viscoelasticity
1.4.2 Nonlinear Shear Rheology
1.4.3 Extensional and Bulk Viscosities
1.4.4 Normal Stress Differences
1.4.5 Shear Thickening and the Shear Thickened State
1.5 Colloidal Interaction Potentials
1.6 Colloidal Phase Behavior beyond Brownian Hard Spheres
1.7 Thixotropy
Appendix: Rheological Definitions
Chapter Notation
Greek Symbols
Subscripts
Superscripts
References
2 Theory of Colloidal Suspension Structure, Dynamics, and Rheology
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Low Reynolds Number Hydrodynamics
2.2.1 Time and Length Scales, Creeping-Flow Equations, and Oseen Tensor
2.2.2 Hydrodynamic Interactions of Spheres in Shear Flow
2.3 Smoluchowski Equation for Particles in Shear Flow
2.4 Langevin Dynamics of Brownian Particles
2.4.1 Single Microsphere in Shear Flow
2.4.2 Many-Particles Langevin Equations for Shear Flow
2.5 Suspension Rheology
2.5.1 Effective Navier-Stokes Equation and Macroscopic Stress
2.5.2 Rheological Properties and Flow Microstructure
2.5.3 Linear Rheology and Equilibrium Green-Kubo Relation
2.5.4 Applications of the Green-Kubo Relation
2.5.5 Generalized Stokes-Einstein Relations
2.6 Mode Coupling Theory of Dense Suspension Flow
2.6.1 MCT Description of Linear Rheology
2.6.2 Linear Rheology at the Glass Transition
2.6.3 Integration through Transients Approach to Nonlinear Rheology
2.7 Summary and Outlook
References
3 Methods of Colloidal Simulation
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Continuum Solvent Methods
Unmeshed Solvent
3.2.1 Brownian or Langevin Dynamics
3.2.2 Stokesian Particle (SP) Methods
Stokesian Dynamics (SD)
Accelerated Stokesian Dynamics (ASD)
Fast Lubrication Dynamics (FLD)
3.2.3 Boundary Element Analysis
3.3 Continuum Solvent Methods
Meshed Solvent
3.3.1 Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian Method (ALE)
Force Coupling Method (FCM)
Distributed Lagrange Multiplier/Fictitious Domain (DLM/FD)
Immersed Boundary Method (IMB)
Fluid Particle Dynamics (FPD)
Smoothed Profile Method (SPM)
3.4 Particle Solvent Methods
Unmeshed Solvent
3.4.1 Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH)
3.4.2 Dissipative Particle Dynamics (DPD)
3.5 Particle Solvent Methods
Meshed Solvent
Notes:
Electronic reproduction. Cambridge Available via World Wide Web.
Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on April 19, 2021).
Contributor:
Wagner, Norman J., 1962- editor.
Mewis, J., editor.
Cambridge University Press
ISBN:
9781108394826
1108394825
1108423035
9781108423038
Publisher Number:
40030526994
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Restricted for use by site license.