A well-known mixture approach treats magnetorheological materials as mixtures composed of a fluid continuumand an equivalent solid continuum. In the framework of extended irreversible thermodynamics,this obtains a complete physical-mathematical model characterized by interesting evolutionary constitutiveequations which, in the pre-yield region, show the co-presence of elastic, viscoelastic, and viscoplasticbehaviors. Due to its high computational complexity, it is necessary to find a qualitatively corresponding modelthat, under the same conditions, provides easy-to-implement evolutionary constitutive equations. In this paper,the authors verify the correspondence of the simple shear flow and thinning behavior of the Herschel–Bulkleyplastic component (predominant in the pre-yielding region) from a known experimental model with a reducedcomputation load with elastoviscoplastic generalization under the framework of generalized standard materials.

Magnetorheological Fluids: Qualitative comparison between a mixture model in the Extended Irreversible Thermodynamics framework and an Herschel–Bulkley experimental elastoviscoplastic model

VERSACI, Mario
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2020

Abstract

A well-known mixture approach treats magnetorheological materials as mixtures composed of a fluid continuumand an equivalent solid continuum. In the framework of extended irreversible thermodynamics,this obtains a complete physical-mathematical model characterized by interesting evolutionary constitutiveequations which, in the pre-yield region, show the co-presence of elastic, viscoelastic, and viscoplasticbehaviors. Due to its high computational complexity, it is necessary to find a qualitatively corresponding modelthat, under the same conditions, provides easy-to-implement evolutionary constitutive equations. In this paper,the authors verify the correspondence of the simple shear flow and thinning behavior of the Herschel–Bulkleyplastic component (predominant in the pre-yielding region) from a known experimental model with a reducedcomputation load with elastoviscoplastic generalization under the framework of generalized standard materials.
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