Flow of particles in suspensions
This book presents a broad overview of the issues related to the flow of particles in suspensions. Chapters cover the newest research in advanced theoretical approaches and recent experimental techniques. Topics include macroscopic transport properties, the mechanics of capsules and cells, hydrodynamic diffusion and phase separation.
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The Macroscopic Modelling of MultiPhase Mixtures
Suspensions of Capsules
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2-D Hagen-Poiseuille adsorption average Barthes-Biesel boundary conditions Brownian bulk concentration cap angle centrifugal Chem Colloid and Interface colloidal particles colloidal suspensions components configuration convective defined deformation density depend desorption dissipation rate effective viscosity elastic entropy equilibrium evolution equation experimental expression fluctuational kinetic energy Fluid Mech flux gradient gravity Hagen-Poiseuille channel hard-sphere hydrodynamic hydrodynamic interactions incompressible Interface Science internal energy isotherm kinematic waves Langmuir linear macroscopic Marangoni measured mechanical membrane molecular mixtures momentum balance monolayer multi-phase mixtures newtonian fluid nondimensional nonequilibrium observed obtained parameters particle concentration Peclet numbers pendant bubble phase transitions Phys plane polymer predicted radius red blood cell relative motion relative velocity Rheology Schaflinger 17 self-diffusion shear flow shear rate shear-induced simple shear solution spheres spherical capsule stress tensor structure factor surface concentration surface pressure surface tension surfactant Surfactant adsorbs temperature theoretical theory thermodynamic transport viscosity volume fraction