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Deconvoluting boundary conditions and rheological response in paste flow

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The comprehensive numerical simulation of paste processing operations requires a quantitative knowledge of both the material's evolving rheological response expressed in terms of a constitutive relationship and the boundary condition pertaining at the system walls. Plasticines are soft solid materials comprising concentrated particulate suspensions which exhibit visco-elastic-plastic behaviour with either slip or no-slip boundary conditions. The paper describes an investigation of the viability of the uniaxial compression of cylindrical specimens for obtaining the governing equations associated with the bulk and wall behaviour.

Affiliations: 1: Unilever Research, Port Sunlight Laboratory, Quarry Road East, Bebington, Merseyside L63 3JW, UK; 2: Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine, Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2BY, UK; 3: BP Research Centre, Sunbury, Middlesex TW16 7N1, UK


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