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The effect of instrument inertia on the initiation of oscillatory flow in stress controlled rheometry

Adeniyi Ogunkeye, Becky Hudson, Daniel Curtis Orcid Logo

Journal of Rheology, Volume: 67, Issue: 6, Pages: 1175 - 1187

Swansea University Authors: Adeniyi Ogunkeye, Becky Hudson, Daniel Curtis Orcid Logo

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DOI (Published version): 10.1122/8.0000665

Abstract

In a recent paper [Hassager, J. Rheol. 64, 545–550 (2020)], Hassager performed an analysis of the start up of stress-controlled oscillatory flow based on the general theory of linear viscoelasticity. The analysis provided a theoretical basis for exploring the establishment of a steady strain offset...

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Published in: Journal of Rheology
ISSN: 0148-6055 1520-8516
Published: Society of Rheology 2023
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa64444
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Abstract: In a recent paper [Hassager, J. Rheol. 64, 545–550 (2020)], Hassager performed an analysis of the start up of stress-controlled oscillatory flow based on the general theory of linear viscoelasticity. The analysis provided a theoretical basis for exploring the establishment of a steady strain offset that is inherent to stress controlled oscillatory rheometric protocols. However, the analysis neglected the impact of instrument inertia on the establishment of the steady periodic response. The inclusion of the inertia term in the framework is important since it (i) gives rise to inertio-elastic ringing and (ii) introduces an additional phase shift in the periodic part of the response. Herein, we modify the expressions to include an appropriate inertial contribution and demonstrate that the presence of the additional terms can have a substantial impact on the time scale required to attain the steady state periodic response. The analysis is then applied to an aqueous solution of wormlike micelles.
Keywords: Micelles, Linear viscoelasticity, Rheometry, Dynamic moduli, Maxwell model
College: Faculty of Science and Engineering
Funders: EPSRC (EP/N013506/1 & EP/T026154/1)
Issue: 6
Start Page: 1175
End Page: 1187