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Planar channel flow of a discontinuous shear-thickening model fluid: Theory and simulation / A. Vázquez-Quesada, N. J. Wagner, M. Ellero, Marco Ellero, Adolfo Vazquez-Quesada

Physics of Fluids, Volume: 29, Issue: 10, Start page: 103104

Swansea University Authors: Marco Ellero, Adolfo Vazquez-Quesada

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DOI (Published version): 10.1063/1.4997053

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In this work, an analytical solution for the pressure-driven flow of a discontinuous shear-thickening (DST) fluid in a planar channel is presented. In order to model the fluid rheology, a regularized inverse-biviscous model is adopted. This involves a region of finite thickness to model the sharp ju...

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Published in: Physics of Fluids
ISSN: 1089-7666
Published: 2017
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title Planar channel flow of a discontinuous shear-thickening model fluid: Theory and simulation
spellingShingle Planar channel flow of a discontinuous shear-thickening model fluid: Theory and simulation
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Adolfo, Vazquez-Quesada
title_short Planar channel flow of a discontinuous shear-thickening model fluid: Theory and simulation
title_full Planar channel flow of a discontinuous shear-thickening model fluid: Theory and simulation
title_fullStr Planar channel flow of a discontinuous shear-thickening model fluid: Theory and simulation
title_full_unstemmed Planar channel flow of a discontinuous shear-thickening model fluid: Theory and simulation
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description In this work, an analytical solution for the pressure-driven flow of a discontinuous shear-thickening (DST) fluid in a planar channel is presented. In order to model the fluid rheology, a regularized inverse-biviscous model is adopted. This involves a region of finite thickness to model the sharp jump in viscosity, and it is consistent with momentum conservation. In the limit of vanishing thickness, the truly DST behavior is obtained. Analytical results are validated by numerical simulations under steady and start-up flow using the smoothed particle hydrodynamics method. Flow results are investigated and discussed for different values of the model parameters.
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