Viscoelastic behavior of electrorheological suspensions
The dependence of viscoelastic properties (modulus of elasticity G′ and loss modulus G′') of electrorheological suspensions on applied electric field is determined experimentally.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Viscoelastic Property Applied Electric Field Loss Modulus Viscoelastic Behavior
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