• Activation energy in particle suspensions 

      Rubio-Hernandez, Francisco Jose; Murillo-González, Santiago; Gomez-Merino, Ana Isabel; Páez-Flor, Nicolás Marcelo (2015-10-05)
      Assuming that the molar activation energy in a fluid is interpreted as a measure of the potential energy barrier required for the molecular movement [1], the viscosity of a fluid depends on the actual size of the molecules, ...
    • Rheological behavior of a commercial milk-based sauce 

      Rubio-Hernandez, Francisco Jose; Rubio Merino, Julia; Gomez-Merino, Ana Isabel; Cabello Arrabal, Sara María; Pérez Hidalgo, Cristina; [et al.] (2019-10-21)
      • The acceptation of semisolid foods by consumers is greatly determined by their rheological properties. • Sauces are semisolid foods and, in general, show viscoplastic and shear-thinning viscous flow behaviours. On the ...
    • Temperature and particle concentration influence on the complex viscous behavior of a hydrophilic fumed silica suspension 

      Fernández-Díaz, E.; Rubio-Hernandez, Francisco Jose; Velazquez-Navarro, Jose Francisco (2022-04)
      Shear-thinning behavior (decrease of the apparent steady viscosity with shear) due to breaking of weak particle flocs and posterior alignment of individual particles in layers parallel to the flow direction is usually ...