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Fig. 3 shows the fluid property variations with the increase of entrapped air ratio. Fig. 05% to 2%. Fig. 3(b) also illustrates that the mean flow loss has a small descent of 2% during that cases. 82% remarkable descent, respectively. Therefore, the density, the viscosity and the flow loss are robust to entrapped air ratio variations, but the modulus and the stiffness are considerably sensitive to those variations, and those sensitivities should not be omitted during pertinent simulations. 5 1 892 0 Mean modulus (Pa) .
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