First-principles constitutive equation for suspension rheology


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BRADER, Joseph M., Mike E. CATES, Matthias FUCHS, 2012. First-principles constitutive equation for suspension rheology. In: Physical Review E. 86(2). ISSN 1539-3755. eISSN 1550-2376

@article{Brader2012First-22712, title={First-principles constitutive equation for suspension rheology}, year={2012}, doi={10.1103/PhysRevE.86.021403}, number={2}, volume={86}, issn={1539-3755}, journal={Physical Review E}, author={Brader, Joseph M. and Cates, Mike E. and Fuchs, Matthias} }

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