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8 cm when t = 1 day, t = 5 days, and t = 10 days. As can be seen, the static sediment is still below the critical level of 1 cm even after 10 days. 6 Conclusions and Open Problems In this review chapter we tried to report some of the results obtained in modeling the problem of particle sedimentation in a sheared slurry. Among other things, we developed a functional method to determine Vs (described in the appendix). However, this approach has been applied only to the simple Newtonian case. For a Bingham fluid this method appears rather complicated and has not yet been developed.
21) 41 2. :::. «: R. The parameter >'t and the function >'2(a) have to be chosen so that ij(x, t, ¢) is continuous. 4) is satisfied if, for example, C'(¢) ~ [a(~t) - C(7r/2)] cot(¢) provided that a(x, t) < R/C( 7r /2). Condition 4 can be easily interpreted: the z-coordinate of a point on the bed profile is given by z(¢,x,t) = -(R- C(¢)a(x,t))sin¢ Provided that a(x, t) is sufficiently small, condition 4 is equivalent to saying that az/a¢ < 0 for all ¢ E [0, 7r /2). Assumptions on h are justified by the fact that in the absence of experimental information it is convenient to choose working hypotheses that are simple and meaningful.
To this end, it is sufficient that the network is made up of very few chains (c ~ c*) of large M (c* small) carrying at their extremities sticky points with a large E value (T large). Thus, although the elastic modulus (~c* kT / M) will be very small, the viscosity will remain as large as we wish. This example shows again the enormous efficiency of polymers as viscosizers. ibility of gaining good control over the viscosity and more generally over the rheology, of polymeric liquids. References 1.