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Effect of particle aggregation on the magnetic and magnetorheological properties of magnetic suspensions
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10.1122/1.2931008
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

Magnetization as a function of the magnetic field strength for the indicated iron suspensions. Solid lines correspond to the experimental data. Dashed lines correspond to the Fröhlich-Kennelly fitting [Eq. (1)].

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FIG. 2.

Shear stress as a function of shear rate for a suspension containing 8.8% iron volume fraction dispersed in kerosene. The values of the magnetic field strength inside the sample are indicated.

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FIG. 3.

Similar to Fig. 2, but for a suspension containing 10.5% of iron and aluminum stearate.

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FIG. 4.

Shear stress as a function of shear rate for a suspension containing 8.6% iron volume fraction and of silica nanoparticles. The values of the internal magnetic field strength are indicated.

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FIG. 5.

Scaled yield stress (; : shear stress at and ) as a function of the magnetic field strength generated inside the different suspensions studied.

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FIG. 6.

Dynamic yield stress scaled by the iron volume fraction, , as a function of the magnetic field strength inside the samples. Inset: data for low magnetic field.

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FIG. 7.

Similar to Fig. 6, but in log-log representation.

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FIG. 8.

Experimental variation of the parameter of Eq. (4) with at high magnetic fields for the indicated iron suspensions.

Tables

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TABLE I.

Values of initial magnetic susceptibility and saturation magnetization obtained by fitting the experimental data in Fig. 1 to the Fröhlich–Kennelly (FK) law [Eq. (1)]. values (mean standard deviation) obtained by averaging the experimental magnetization data in Fig. 1 for , and real iron volume fractions obtained by applying Eq. (2), are also included.

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TABLE II.

Parameter obtained by fitting the data in Fig. 6 to the power law given by Eq. (4) in the whole range of applied magnetic fields (up to ), and also for (or ).

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Scitation: Effect of particle aggregation on the magnetic and magnetorheological properties of magnetic suspensions
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/sor/journal/jor2/52/4/10.1122/1.2931008
10.1122/1.2931008
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