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A. V. Panko, I. G. Kovzun, V. A. Prokopenko, O. M. Nikipelova, O. A. Tsyganovich,, V. O. Oliinyk, K. E. Panova
«Influence of Nanostructured IronľAluminosilicates on Catastrophic Processes on Marine Slopes and Artificial Dams»
599–618 (2020)

PACS numbers: 47.61.Ne, 83.80.Nb, 91.50.Jc, 91.67.Ty, 92.10,Wa, 92.20.Vn, 92.40.Gc

Using modern physicochemical methods, the colloidal, nanochemical, and nanostructural transformations of suspensions of ironľaluminosilicate compositions are investigated in model geomechanochemical biocolloid processes. Mechanisms of catastrophic processes and their effect on highly dispersed nanostructured deep marine pelitic sediments in combination with coarse-dispersed carbonateľironľaluminosilicate sand (turbidites) are considered. Model conditions for displacement of marine turbiditeľpelitic compositions in the composition of coastal shelf silt with a depth of up to 200 m and underwater continental slopes at depths of 200ľ2000 m as well as their behaviour at depths of 2ľ8 km and interaction in deep water (under 8ľ10 km) intercontinental trenches and dips with magmatic semi-molten ironľaluminosilicate materials are also considered. The mechanisms of complex processes of formation, displacement, flow as well as coagulationľcondensation nanostructuring and compaction of ironľaluminosilicate compositions with the preservation of the developed nano- and microporous state are first considered and substantiated according to the laws of physicochemical geomechanics and colloidal nanoscience. The role of the wind and thermal influences as well as their superficial turbulent and underwater laminar (thermophilic) waves on the flowing of ironľaluminosilicate sediments during catastrophic phenomena is considered. The important role and influence on such phenomena of effects of hyperanomaly and ultraanomaly of viscosity of ironľaluminosilicate dispersions during their transition from elastic state to plastic one is mentioned. The corresponding models of the mentioned phenomena and the accompanying rheological processes are given.

Keywords: catastrophic phenomena, rheology, sea sediments, biocolloidal transformations, nanostructural transformations
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