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Introduction to Rheology and Application to Geophysics

  • C. Ancey
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 582)

Abstract

This chapter gives an overview of the major current issues in rheology through a series of different problems of particular relevance to geophysics. For each topic considered here, we will outline the key elements and point the reader to ward the most helpful references and authoritative works. The reader is also referred to available books introducing rheology [1],[2] for a more complete presentation and to the tutorial written by Middleton and Wilcock on mechanical and rheological applications in geophysics [3]. This chapter will focus on materials encountered by geophysicists (mud, snow, magma, etc.), although in most cases we will consider only suspensions of particles within an interstitial fluid without loss of generality. Other complex fluids such as polymeric liquids are rarely encountered in geophysics.

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Shear Rate Constitutive Equation Solid Fraction Yield Surface Bulk Viscosity 
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  • C. Ancey
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  1. 1.Cemagref, unité Erosion Torrentielle, Neige et AvalanchesDomaine UniversitaireSaint-Martin-d’HèresFrance

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