In contrast to classical types of disperse systems with thixotropic and dilatant flow actual dispersions are often characterized by more complex rheological properties. The present paper is devoted to disperse systems with thixotropic-dilatant, dilatant-thixotropic, and thixotropic-dilatant-thixotropic types of flow. The microrheological classification suggested by Dintenfass is considered in comparison with the rheological classifications of thixotropic-dilatant, dilatant-thixotropic, and thixotropic-dilatant-thixotropic disperse systems suggested by the author. The effect of the main factors determining the considered anomalies in the behavior of the systems is considered for some ceramic suspensions.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 30, 2007
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