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Thixotropy - What is it? Why is it important? How do I measure it?

Video   Nov 12, 2018

 

Professor Howard Barnes provides an overview of thixotropy in this webinar, including its description, measurement, and importance across various industries and applications.

Different examples of thixotropic systems are given along with a summary of the theories that have been used to describe the phenomenon.

Reference: H. A. Barnes Thixotropy: A review J Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech 70 (1997).

 
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