volume 38, issue 7, P1873-1883 2004
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2004.01.010
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Wendy A.M. McMinn, James Keown, Stephen J. Allen, Michael G. Burnett

Abstract: The primary interest of this work is to determine the effect of continuous shear, variable shear rate, and shear history on concentrated hydrous ferric floc rheology. The floc suspensions are strongly shear degrading with the behaviour being adequately described by a power law model. This is supported by images of the floc particles, which indicate a breakdown in floc structure, with the release of water and formation of smaller particles, after the application of shear. A shear rate sweep of the sample produc…

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