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09 August 2020
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Tensorial Constitutive Models for Disordered Foams, Dense Emulsions, and other Soft Nonergodic Materials
M. E. Cates ; P. Sollich ;
Date 4 Jul 2003
Journal Journal of Rheology, 48(1):193-207, 2004 DOI: 10.1122/1.1634985
Subject Soft Condensed Matter; Materials Science; Statistical Mechanics | cond-mat.soft cond-mat.mtrl-sci cond-mat.stat-mech
AbstractIn recent years, the paradigm of `soft glassy matter’ has been used to describe diverse nonergodic materials exhibiting strong local disorder and slow mesoscopic rearrangement. As so far formulated, however, the resulting `soft glassy rheology’ (SGR) model treats the shear stress in isolation, effectively `scalarizing’ the stress and strain rate tensors. Here we offer generalizations of the SGR model that combine its nontrivial aging and yield properties with a tensorial structure that can be specifically adapted, for example, to the description of fluid film assemblies or disordered foams.
Source arXiv, cond-mat/0307098
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