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Flow-to-fracture transition and pattern formation in a discontinuous shear thickening fluid / Deren Ozturk, Miles Morgan, Bjornar Sandnes

Communications Physics, Volume: 3, Issue: 1

Swansea University Authors: Deren Ozturk, Miles Morgan, Bjornar Sandnes

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Recent theoretical and experimental work suggests a frictionless-frictional transition with increasing inter-particle pressure explains the extreme solid-like response of discontinuous shear thickening suspensions. However, analysis of macroscopic discontinuous shear thickening flow in geometries ot...

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Published in: Communications Physics
ISSN: 2399-3650
Published: Springer Science and Business Media LLC 2020
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title Flow-to-fracture transition and pattern formation in a discontinuous shear thickening fluid
spellingShingle Flow-to-fracture transition and pattern formation in a discontinuous shear thickening fluid
Deren, Ozturk
Miles, Morgan
Bjornar, Sandnes
title_short Flow-to-fracture transition and pattern formation in a discontinuous shear thickening fluid
title_full Flow-to-fracture transition and pattern formation in a discontinuous shear thickening fluid
title_fullStr Flow-to-fracture transition and pattern formation in a discontinuous shear thickening fluid
title_full_unstemmed Flow-to-fracture transition and pattern formation in a discontinuous shear thickening fluid
title_sort Flow-to-fracture transition and pattern formation in a discontinuous shear thickening fluid
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description Recent theoretical and experimental work suggests a frictionless-frictional transition with increasing inter-particle pressure explains the extreme solid-like response of discontinuous shear thickening suspensions. However, analysis of macroscopic discontinuous shear thickening flow in geometries other than the standard rheometry tools remain scarce. Here we use a Hele-Shaw cell geometry to visualise gas-driven invasion patterns in discontinuous shear thickening cornstarch suspensions. We plot quantitative results from pattern analysis in a volume fraction-pressure phase diagram and explain them in context of rheological measurements. We observe three distinct pattern morphologies: viscous fingering, dendritic fracturing, and system-wide fracturing, which correspond to the same packing fraction ranges as weak shear thickening, discontinuous shear thickening, and shear-jammed regimes.
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