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Title: RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES AND PIPELINE TRANSPORTATION OF FIBER SLURRY
Authors: ZHANG CHUJUN
Keywords: fiber suspension, fiber transport, fiber rheological properties, underground soil treatment with fiber, fiber reinforced, fiber slurry
Issue Date: 13-Jul-2016
Citation: ZHANG CHUJUN (2016-07-13). RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES AND PIPELINE TRANSPORTATION OF FIBER SLURRY. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: For underground soil treatment, fiber is required to be transported down to the underground without getting stuck or clogging, and then mix out with cement and soil to strengthen the solid composite. Since fiber suspensions generally have remarkably high viscosity and elasticity, they are usually difficult to deal with in various industrial field applications. There are many challenges in stabilizing the fiber suspension to prevent segregation and clogging in pipelines. In this project, we have investigated how viscosifier, fiber length and fiber concentration affect the rheological properties of the fiber suspension, as well as their effects in some industrial applications. The rheological characteristics such as viscosity, yield stress and pumpability of fiber suspensions in dilute, semi-dilute and concentrated fiber suspension have been discussed.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/129138
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