How MRI can assist Rheology?

Abstract : Rheology is the study of the flow of matter in response to an applied force. The studied fluids are often complex and the standard macroscopic rheology analysis is not sufficient to understand certain phenomena associated with flow or material heterogeneities. A local rheology analysis is then crucial. In addition, the MRI technique is a convenient solution especially when the fluid is opaque. Here are three examples of application.
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Maude Ferrari, M. Jenny, S. Kiesgen de Richter, Sebastien Leclerc, Christel Metivier, et al.. How MRI can assist Rheology?. ICMRM, Aug 2019, Paris, France. ⟨hal-02268195⟩

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