magnetorheology

mag·ne·to·rhe·ol·o·gy

 (măg-nē′tō-rē-ŏl′ə-jē)
n.
The study of the changes in flow properties that occur in certain fluids exposed to magnetic fields.
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The versatile rheometer system also includes modular environmental systems, a selection of measurement geometries, and accessories such as small angle light scattering, magnetorheology, UV curing, high-pressure rheometry, and x-ray scattering.
Duron, "Magnetorheology for suspensions of solid particles dispersed in ferrofluids," Journal of Physics Condensed Matter, vol.
[12] studied the effect of polar interactions on the magnetorheology of silica-coated magnetite suspensions in oil media reported.
Magnetorheology, immobilization, bicone interfacial rheology, Direct Strain Oscillation, and a Starch cell are just a few examples that made characterization of materials possible for the automobile, paper coating, and food industries possible, and added alternative measuring methods for a series of other industrial branches.
The magnetic fillers in polymeric matrix give rise to magnetic hysteresis, magnetoviscoelasticity, magnetorheology, and magnetoelectricity [1].
Principle of Magnetorheology. Figures 4(a) to 4(d) present the basic principle of magnetorheology.
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