Macroscopic two-fluid effects in magnetorheological fluids
We investigate macroscopic two-fluid effects in magnetorheological fluids generalizing a one-fluid model studied before. In the bulk of the paper we use a model in which the carrier fluid, with density ρ1, moves with velocity v1, while the magnetic component (density ρ2) and, therefore, the magnetization and the magneticfield-induced relaxing strain field move with velocity v2. In the framework of macroscopic dynamics we find, in particular, reversible dynamic and dissipative cross-coupling terms between the magnetization and the velocity difference. Experiments to detect some of these cross-coupling terms are suggested. We also compare the results of the two-fluid model presented here with two-fluid models available for electrorheological fluids. In two appendices we discuss the simplifying assumptions made to arrive at the model used in this paper and we also outline how to detect potential deviations from this model.
2020
2020-04-02 09:20:09
1033
fluid dynamics, rheology, magnetorheological fluids
dinamika tekočin, reologija, magnetoreološke tekočine
Harald
Pleiner
70
Daniel
Svenšek
70
Tilen
Potisk
70
Helmut R.
Brand
70
UDK
4
532.135
ISSN pri članku
9
2470-0045
DOI
15
10.1103/PhysRevE.101.032601
COBISS_ID
3
3412068
OceCobissID
13
2048366611
RAZ_Pleiner_Harald_2020.pdf
380664
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