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Bing·ham plas·tic

(bing'ăm),
a material that, in the idealized case, does not flow until a critical stress (yield stress) is exceeded, and then flows at a rate proportional to the excess of stress over the yield stress; real materials probably only approach this ideal model.

Bingham,

E.C., U.S. chemist, 1878-1945.
Bingham flow - the flow characteristics exhibited by a Bingham plastic.
Bingham model - a model representing the flow behavior of a Bingham plastic, in the idealized case.
Bingham plastic - a material that, in the idealized case, does not flow until a critical stress (yield stress) is exceeded, and then flows at a rate proportional to the excess of stress over the yield stress.
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Neverov, "Thermodynamics of micropolar Bingham fluids," Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, vol.
Jabeen, "Numerical simulations of the square lid driven cavity flow of Bingham fluids using nonconforming finite elements coupled with a direct solver," Advances in Mathematical Physics, vol.
Kim, "On the Cauchy problem associated with the motion of a Bingham fluid in the plane," Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, vol.
Kim, "On the initial-boundary value problem for a Bingham fluid in a three-dimensional domain," Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, vol.
This experiment serves as a first step in understanding the relevance of Bingham fluids in problems occurring in hemodynamics; see [23, 33].
A common example of a visco-plastic material is the Bingham fluid [10, 38].
In this paper we have introduced a new way of solving the linear systems obtained by linearizing and discretizing the non-regularized Bingham fluid flow equations in the augmented formulation.
VENEZIANI, A mixed formulation of the Bingham fluid flow problem: analysis and numerical solution, Comput.
Lei, "Study on grouting diffusion radius of Bingham fluids," Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, vol.
This behaviour occurs primarily because the foam fluid is a time-varying Bingham fluid, resulting in the viscosity increasing from 4360 MPa-s at 60 s to 4451 MPa-s at 360 s, causing the foam fluid flows to slow.
However, the inorganic solidified foam is a Bingham fluid, which is a non-Newtonian fluid; as a result, such foam cannot be modelled by the above formulas.
The basic rheological equation of a Bingham fluid slurry [33] can be expressed as