Rheology of Emulsion

Şahin, Serpil
Şümnü, Servet Gülüm


Rheological analysis of ceramic pastes
Özkan, Necati; Briscoe, Brian J.; Aydin, Ismail (1999-12-01)
This paper is concerned with a number of means of characterising the rheological properties of a ceramic paste. The intrinsic flow behaviour of the paste, during upsetting, is studied experimentally by using multi coloured paste samples, as well as by a finite element numerical computation. The flow behaviour of the paste is approximated by an elasto-viscoplastic material constitutive model and implemented by using an established finite element code. The material flow properties, which are necessary for the...
Rheological Properties of Dry Water
Taylan, Onur; Berberoglu, Halil (2012-08-01)
This study reports the rheological properties of the novel material “dry water” which contains about 98% by weight water but resembles a dry powder. Dry water is a water-in-air inverse foam which consists of microscopic water droplets encapsulated with hydrophobic fumed-silica nanoparticles. This novel material offers a large surface to volume ratio on the order of 2 × 105 m2/m3 for the gas and water phases. Thus, it provides a convenient medium for surface area limited processes and finds applications from...
Rheology of food hydrogels, and organogels
Özel, Barış; Öztop, Halil Mecit (Woodhead Publishing Limited, 2023-01-01)
Hydrogels and organogels are three-dimensional structures with the ability to retain large amounts of liquid in their networks. Hydrogels contain water as the liquid phase whereas organogels structure a nonpolar solvent. Food-grade organogels generally entrap edible oils in their gel matrices. Both gel systems show viscoelastic characteristics and the degree of viscoelastic properties depends on the type and concentration of the used gelators and liquid phases. Biodegradable polymers such as various protein...
Rheological properties of suspensions
Bayram, Göknur; Yılmazer, Ülkü; Orbey, Neşe; Department of Chemical Engineering (1994)
Rheological evaluation of polymers as drilling fluids
Kök, Mustafa Verşan (Informa UK Limited, 2003-01-01)
Polymers are recently found and still developing materials to overcome some drilling problems where conventional drilling fluids are not satisfactory enough. Simply, they are the best materials to use since they are non-toxic and do not cause serious environmental problems. In addition, polymeric drilling fluids may have properties such as better carrying capacity, less fluid loss, and thinner filtration cake depending on their composition and concentration. In this research, rheological parameters of two d...
Citation Formats
S. Şahin and S. G. Şümnü, Rheology of Emulsion. 2017.