## What is/are Non Brownian Suspensions?

Non Brownian Suspensions - This paper focuses on shear-thinning in non-Brownian suspensions.^{[1]}Following this attention, we review the many experimental techniques which have been proposed for its measurement and survey the available literature for measurements of this quantity for various complex fluids including the aforementioned polymeric solutions, melts, liquid crystals, dense non-Brownian suspensions (both with Newtonian and complex fluid bases), semi-dilute wormlike micellar fluids and magnetorheological fluids.

^{[2]}This represents a clear experimental evidence of the importance of non-hydrodynamic contact forces in the rheology of non-Brownian suspensions (NBSs).

^{[3]}These findings are relevant to both undrained cyclic deformations of saturated soils and rheology of dense non-Brownian suspensions where volume change is coupled with pore liquid drainage conditions.

^{[4]}We perform local measurements of both the velocity and the particle volume fraction to study viscous resuspension in non-Brownian suspensions for Shields numbers ranging from $10^{-3}$ to $1$.

^{[5]}, shear-induced diffusivity and first and second normal stresses) of these jammed non-Brownian suspensions can be determined solely by measuring the shear stress.

^{[6]}Dense non-Brownian suspensions, including both hydrodynamic interactions and frictional contacts between particles, are numerically studied under simple and oscillatory shears in terms of the lattice Boltzmann method.

^{[7]}In this paper, we study the avalanche dynamics of non-Brownian suspensions in slowly rotating drums and reveal large hysteresis of the avalanche angle even in the absence of inertia.

^{[8]}Shear thinning in non-Brownian suspensions explained by variable friction between particles Laurent Lobry, Elisabeth Lemaire, Frédéric Blanc, Stany Gallier, François Peters.

^{[9]}Geophysical flows that involve the transport of grains and the shearing of colloids and non-Brownian suspensions often take place above a substrate composed of the same particles that can be incorporated into the flow.

^{[10]}In the present contribution, the mixing enhancement in isothermal monodisperse neutrally buoyant non-Brownian suspensions is investigated through transient 3D CFD simulations.

^{[11]}Adhesive non-Brownian suspensions, in which the interparticle bonds are due to finite-size contacts, also show yielding behavior.

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