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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Phosphate Coating On The Surface Of Carbonyl Iron Powder And Its Effect In Magnetorheological Suspensions|
|Abstract:||Two types of carbonyl iron powders, (CIP's, BASF AG), the HS and HS-I (I = insulated, due a coating with phosphate), and two kinds of silica, one hydrophobic (Cab-O-Sil@ TS610) and other hydrophilic (Cab-O-Sil@ M5), were used to evaluate the influence of the surface treatment of the magnetic particle and the kind of fumed silica on the formulation of some magnetorheological suspensions (MRS). Oscillatory measurements at no field showed an evident difference between the silicas, but not a specific interaction with the phosphate coating on HSI. On the other hand, steady flow experiments also without magnetic field showed that the kind of silica and its specific interactions with the coating on iron powder drove the rheological behavior of the MRS on all region of the shear rate. Under magnetic field, the flow curves differences will be due to the iron particles and its magnetic properties, mainly on the region of higher shear rate.|
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