7 edition of Dynamics and instability of fluid interfaces found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Fluid interfaces.|
|Statement||edited by T. S. Sørensen.|
|Series||Lecture notes in physics ;, v. 105, Lecture notes in physics ;, 105.|
|Contributions||Sørensen, T. S. 1945-|
|LC Classifications||QC173.4.S94 D96|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 315 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||315|
|LC Control Number||79016836|
Colloidal particles at fluid interfaces: Effective interactions, dynamics and a gravitation-like instability Article (PDF Available) in The European Physical Journal Special Topics (11) Also, thick, diffusively smoothed interfaces initially grow much more slowly than the discontinuous ones do. In these experiments, it is found that wall vortices formed by shock wave/boundary‐layer interaction at the interface grow much more rapidly than the shock‐processed interfaces in the bulk of the fluid.
The dynamics of adsorption/desorption as well as mass transfer in and out of the plane make fluid interfaces unique microenvironments for self-assembly and stabilizing multiphasic fluid mixtures, like emulsions and foams. It has been long recognized that particles can attach strongly to fluid interfaces and stabilize emulsions and foams. IUTAM Symposium on Dynamics and stability of fluid interfaces 02 Apr - 05 Apr IUTAM Symposium on Interface mechanics of complex flows and soft matter 21 Jun IUTAM-CISM Summer School on Instability and bifurcation of solids including coupled field phenomena 25 Jun IUTAM Symposium on Computational methods for large-scale.
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Dynamics and Instability of Fluid Interfaces Proceedings of a meeting, held at the Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, May Search within book. Front Matter. PDF. Instabilities induced by mass transfer, low surface tension and gravity at isothermal and deformable fluid interfaces.
Torben Smith Sørensen. Pages Book Title Dynamics and Instability of Fluid Interfaces Book Subtitle Proceedings of a meeting, Held at the Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, May Editors. Sorensen; Series Title Lecture Notes in Physics Series Volume Copyright Publisher Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg Copyright Holder Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg eBook ISBN.
Dynamics and Instability of Fluid Interfaces | T. Sorensen | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (iv, pages) Contents: Instabilities induced by mass transfer, low surface tension and gravity at isothermal and deformable fluid interfaces --Dissipative structures and nonlinear kinetics of the Marangoni-instability --Formation and thinning of liquid films --Instability and.
Get this from a library. Dynamics and Instability of Fluid Interfaces: Proceedings of a meeting, held at the Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, May [T S Sørensen]. Description As the first of its kind, this book provides a valuable introduction for scientists and engineers interested in liquid/fluid interfaces and disperse systems to the rapidly developing area of adsorption : $ Dynamics and Instability of Fluid Interfaces.
Edited by T. S ØRENSEN. Springere, pp. DM 32,—. A Course in Thermodynamics. Volumes I and II. Get this from a library. Dynamics and Instability of Fluid Interfaces: Proceedings of a meeting, held at the Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, May [T Sørensen;].
the stability of the liquid-air interface. We will revisit the effect of these particles on the dynamics of the interface in a confined “1D” geometry  with the formation of armored bubbles (fig.
1(a)) and will show that they can lead to the fingering pattern formation on a “2D” configuration (fig. 1(b)) . The stability of. The following topics are discussed: instabilities induced by mass transfer, low surface tension, and gravity at isothermal deformable interfaces; the formation and thinning of liquid films; the instability and rupture of thin liquid films; and mechanical, chemical, and electrical constraints of hydrodynamic interfacial instability.
Also considered are the dynamic effects of surfactants and. 'This book is at once a useful basic textbook introducing the elements of electromagnetism and fluid dynamics and, at the same time, an informative research monograph targeting professional researchers in industry and academia.' K.
Alan Shore Source: Optics & Photonics News. Colloidal particles of micrometer size usually become irreversibly trapped at fluid interfaces if they are partially wetted by one phase. This opens the chance to create two–dimensional model systems where the effective interactions between the particles are possibly influenced by the presence of the interface to a great extent.
We will review recent developments in the quantitive. • The dynamics of the cross-stream velocity are decoupled from the dynamics of the normal vorticity. • The linear stability of the Squire equation is dictated by the linear stability of the Orr-Sommerfeld one. • As a consequence, to determine the asymptotic time.
Computational fluid dynamics methods are concerned with the solution of equations of fluid motion as well as with the interaction of the fluid with solid bodies. Based on the conservation of mass, momentum, and energy, we derive the equations governing the motion of an inviscid fluid (Euler equations) and of a viscous fluid (Navier-Stokes.
Focusing on the interface of fluid dynamics and epidemiology, the Bourouiba Group, in The Fluid Dynamics of Disease Transmission Laboratory, aims to elucidate the fundamental physical mechanisms shaping the transmission dynamics of pathogens in human, animal, and plant populations where drops, bubbles, multiphase and complex flows are at the core.
Designing systems for cognitive enhancement. FLUID INTERFACES. While today's pervasive digital devices put the world’s information at our fingertips, they do not help us with some of the cognitive skills that are arguably more important to leading a successful life, such as motivation, attention, memory, creativity, and emotion regulation.
Many of the signficant issues in fluid dynamics occur at interfaces, that is, at the boundaries between differing fluids or between fluids and solids. The subject is is also an area of active research and development, owing to improved analytical, experimental, and computational techniques.
This book describes current research and applications Reviews: 1. "This book describes current research and applications in interfacial fluid dynamics and stability.
It is organized around five topics: Benard and thermocapillary instabilities, shear- and pressure-induced instabilities, waves and dispersions, multiphase systems, and complex flows. Two problems in pipe flow are discussed in which the stability of fluid–fluid interfaces plays an important role.
A stability analysis for a simplified 2-D geometry is presented. In gas–liquid pipe flow different flow regimes occur.
This is known to be related to the stability properties of the flow. Fluid interfaces are ubiquitous from formulating personal care products and medicine to being sites for catalysis in biofuel production. The dynamics of adsorption/desorption as well as mass transfer in and out of the plane make fluid interfaces unique microenvironments for self-assembly and stabilizing multiphasic fluid mixtures, like.
In fluid dynamics, hydrodynamic stability is the field which analyses the stability and the onset of instability of fluid flows. The study of hydrodynamic stability aims to find out if a given flow is stable or unstable, and if so, how these instabilities will cause the development of turbulence.
The foundations of hydrodynamic stability, both theoretical and experimental, were laid most.The book is organized into several chapters which, as a traditional textbook, deals with a basic introduction to the fluid properties and concepts (under construction).
The second chapter deals with Thermodynamics. The third book chapter is a review of mechanics. The next topic is statics.The non-linear magnetization characteristics of recently developed ferrofluids complicate studies of wave dynamics and stability.
A general formulation of the incompressible ferrohydrodynamics of a ferrofluid with non-linear magnetization characteristics is presented, which distinguishes clearly between effects of inhomogeneities in the fluid properties and saturation effects from non-uniform.