Simulation of relaxation-induced dilatancy

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Publication Details

List of Authors: A.E. Välimäki, M.O. Toivakka
Editors: NA
Publisher: TAPPI press
Place: Atlanta
Publication year: 1997
Publisher: TAPPI Press
Book title: 1997 TAPPI Advanced Coating Fundamentals Symposium
Journal acronym: P TECH AS P
Start page: 83
End page: 87
Number of pages: 5
ISBN: 9780898526899
ISSN: 1047-3033


Abstract

The aim of this work was to model math. the microscopic mechanisms and parameters that might contribute to the proposed phenomenon of relaxation-​induced dilatancy (Gane P.A.C., Tappi Fundamentals 1997)​. The numerical simulations carried out suggest that the non-​hydrodynamic interactions between particles are able to store energy when the coating layer is being compressed e.g. by the pressure pulse of a coating blade. Relaxation of the stored energy has a potential to expand the system vol. and induce dilatancy under conditions of water loss or during inertial upconcn. The interparticle forces resulting from polymeric material, through the depletion mechanism, are most probable causes for the proposed phenomenon.

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