Magnetorheology: a review
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ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
Morillas, J. R., & de Vicente, J. (2020). Magnetorheology: a review. Soft Matter, 16(42), 9614-9642.. DOI: 10.1039/d0sm01082k
SponsorshipSpanish Government PID2019-104883GB-I00; Junta de Andalucia P18-FR-2465; European Union (EU) FPU14/01576
Magnetic Soft Matter is a rapidly evolving discipline with fundamental and practical interest. This is due to the fact that its physical properties can be easily controlled through external magnetic fields. In this review paper, we revisit the most recent progress in the field (since 2010) emphasizing the rheological properties of these fascinating materials. New formulations and flow kinematics are discussed. Also, new members are integrated into the long-lived magnetorheology family and suggestions are provided for future development.