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Simultaneously, sedimentation of these aggregates occurs especially at low shear rates and seems to give larger error in cone-plate viscometers than in coaxial cylinder ones. , 1981) then in difficulties in low shear viscometry. Variables Governing S9spension Rheology 27 (ii) Interface effects come from the formation of a film of proteins at the blood-air interface. Mechanical properties of this film can perturb the viscosity measurement, especially in the case of the plasma. , 1970). (iii) As the onset of turbulence occurs in particle suspensions at critical Reynolds Number (~ 10) much smaller than Rec (~ 2000) for ordinary fluids, it is necessary to insure that high shear rate measurements remain free from such effects.
6b for a shear-thinning material, for instance. Nevertheless, in the case of very large particles, as glass beads, Tis very high [T( ) ~ 6 b (a( )) 3 ] . e. the fluid ap- pears as newtonian. e. a newtonian behaviour. 4D) will involve the same characteristic timeT (as a relaxation time for thixotropic buildup of the structure at y= 0) since nr = nr ( tr) in this case. In fact, critical tube Reynolds number, pVR/n is found 1 at least two orders in magnitude lower than the usual critical value for ordinary fluids.
There follows a brief description of them. (a) Microscopic observations under shear controlled conditions give 1nformation about (i) particle orientation and (eventually) deformation, (ii) particle aggregation and their variations with shear rate. Quantitative approaches have been performed using photometric aggregometry (KLOSE et al, 1972), or laser back-scattering (MILLS et al, 1980). 1975; VIN- CENT et OLIVER, 1977) exhibits variations of ESR closely related to the aggregability of particles.