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|Title:||Oscillatory squeezing flow of a biological material||Authors:||Phan-Thien
Rheology constitutive model
|Issue Date:||2000||Citation:||Phan-Thien, Nasseri, S., Bilston, L.E. (2000). Oscillatory squeezing flow of a biological material. Rheologica Acta 39 (4) : 409-417. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Large-amplitude oscillatory squeezing flow data are reported for a complex biological material, which is highly shear-thinning in oscillatory shear flow. This soft tissue has a linear viscoelastic limit at a strain of approximately 0.2%. The oscillatory squeezing flow data at large strain are analyzed using two constitutive models: a bi-viscosity Newtonian model, and a non-linear Maxwell model. It is found that although both models may have the same response in shape, the later matches with our non-linear experimental data better. It is also concluded that the non-linear response of the material in large amplitude oscillatory flow is mainly due to the shear thinning of the material.||Source Title:||Rheologica Acta||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/133193||ISSN:||00354511|
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