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3RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RHEOLOGY
AND MODELING OF MATERIALS

in Miskolc-Lillafüred, Hungary, 2-6 October, 2017.

 
 
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SESSION 1: Earth Rheology and Applied Rheology of Clays, Minerals, Rocks and Soils (ERARCMRS)


Clays, minerals and rocks are already used in several thousand years as building materials. Since then the clay ceramics engineering has made significant progress not only in colloid science and powder technology but in research of thermal and structural transformations during the sintering of materials. In late of 1980s by Toyota was successfully made the initial research works on clay/polymer nano-composites. Today the rheological investigations of clays, minerals, rocks as well as natural and upgraded soils are combined with the basic characteristics like surface adsorption, crystallographic defects, anionic and cationic exchange capacities, physical and chemical properties at nanometre scale. In our days the rheological properties and mineralogical-biological interactions also have been object of a great scientific interest aimed to their application both for medical uses and a safer environment. Clay minerals and zeolites, for instance, have been investigated as drug carriers, antimicrobial agents, natural sieving for radionuclides and heavy metals, and so on.

Session ERARCMRS provides a platform among leading scientists and researchers both of rheology, materials science, earth science and ceramics including engineers, physicists, chemists, mechanics, mathematicians, students and PhD students for simulation and discussion about recent achievements in rheology and in research and development of material structures and physical, chemical and mechanical properties of clays, minerals and rocks.

 

Session Organizers and Chairs

 

Prof. Maxim KHRAMCHENKOV

Kazan Federal University

RUSSIA

mkhramch@gmail.com

 

Dr. Laurence NOIREZ

Laboratoire Leon Brillouin

FRANCE

laurence.noirez@cea.fr

 

Dr. Saeed FARROKHPAY

The University of Queensland

AUSTRALIA

s.farrokhpay@uq.edu.au

 

Session Topics

 

Earth rheology - rheology of magma and solid crust

Rheology and mechanical properties of clays, minerals, rocks and soils

Rheological behaviors of clays, minerals, rocks and soils under flow, mechanical stresses and temperatures

Rheology in mineral processing

Rheology of clay-polymer mixtures and composites under flow, mechanical stresses and temperatures

Rheology and mechanical properties of mineralogical-biological hybrid material systems under flow, mechanical stresses and temperatures

Mechanical stress absorbing, dissipation and relaxation in clays, minerals, soils and rocks

Relationships between rheological properties and material compositions of clays, minerals, soils and rocks

Ionic transport

Geopolymers (amorphous networks typically with ceramics), their formation from gel/liquid stare to solid state

Clay, mineral suspensions and rheology

Relationships between rheological properties and morphologies of clays, minerals, soils and rocks and their mixtures and composites with polymers and biological materials

Measurement of rheological properties of clays, minerals, soils and rocks and their mixtures and composites with polymers and biological materials - methods, equipments and applications

Mechanical, mathematical and computer modeling and simulation of rheological properties and behaviors of clays, minerals, soils and rocks and their mixtures and composites with polymers and biological materials

 

We welcome also the modeling, simulation, experimental, and combined approaches that tackle the structure-property relation.

 
 
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