Computational fluid dynamics by Klaus A. Hoffmann, Steve T. Chiang

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It is interesting to note that light scattering data does not distinguish between a sol and a gel state. 63 (6 months sample) with the aging. 3 Results and Discussion 43 phase (glassy state). 4a).

2) After initially shearing the material at a stress above the yield stress, the stress can be decreased in a slow ramp and the point where motion stops is the apparent yield point. Again as indicated previously, this value may be affected by the decreasing ramp rate and the time-dependent ability of the material to rebuild structure. (3) A creep experiment can be used where stress is applied to the material and strain (displacement) is monitored with time to establish an equilibrium yield stress.

The in-phase vibration of OH stretching mode generates the peak at 3,200 cm−1. This signifies the structurally arranged water, also referred to as ice like structures. The fraction at 3,310 cm−1 originates from the partial- structured water. The peak around 3,460 cm−1 arises from amorphous water or bulk water (poorly H-bonded water molecules). The three Raman components whose central frequencies correspond to about 3,200, 3,310, and 3,460 cm−1 collectively summed together, as described above, were used to define the hydrogen bonding configuration in the dispersion.

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