By Marc K. Smith, Michael J. Miksis, Geoffrey B. McFadden, G. Paul Neitzel, David R. Canright, Stephen H. Davis
This paintings highlights a few advances in interfacial study within the fields of fluid dynamics and fabrics technology initially of the twenty first century. it truly is an extension of the shows made throughout the convention "Interfaces for the Twenty-First Century", hung on 16-18 August 1999, in Monterey, California. It comprises papers by means of sixteen specialists within the box of interfacial mechanics, abstracts contributed by way of study scientists, and a precis of a panel dialogue on destiny study instructions. The textual content covers experimental and theoretical methods, with the unifying philosophy being the research of recent innovations for modelling the dynamics of interfaces. a couple of resolution tools and experimental stories, in addition to the actual difficulties that initiated them, are provided.
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36) it is only the magnitude of the depletion rate at the edge of the drop that is required. For the edge region, the analysis is the same as in Sec. 3, since K 3> h near the edge. With r = a — Ax, and h = XH(x), the equation corresponding to Eq. (22) is dH , / da\, -r— ~ 1 + C 1 + — lnx ox \ at J • as a; -»oo. (37) An intermediate region is required, and the analysis is identical with that presented in Sec. 3. Matching across the intermediate layer and the global mass balance provides the equations to determine a and V as functions of time.
39. M. Zhang, and T. Maxworthy, Meeting on Microgravity Materials Science, Huntsville, AL (1998). S P R E A D I N G OF A LIQUID D R O P W I T H M A S S LOSS L. M. K. A thin liquid drop on a flat surface will spread under the action of gravity and capillarity. In this paper, the effect of mass loss on the size and lifetime of the drop is determined. The simple case of a uniform and constant rate of depletion is analysed in detail. An example of a physical mechanism that results in mass loss is when the surface supporting the drop is heated and the drop loses mass by evaporation.
Further, an asymptotic model is presented, which for P r > 1 captures the spreading of an oxide melt in the presence of a thin crust. Hereby the liquid/gas interface and the solidified zone (solid/liquid interface) are predicted. A comparison of experimental and theoretical results completes the picture. 1 Introduction Consider the flow of lava down a volcano dome or the flow of core melt in the basement of a nuclear reactor after a severe accident. , Fig. 1). The interface between liquid melt and ambient air is free to adjust according to the pressure field.
Interfaces for the 21st Century: New Research Directions in Fluid Mechanics and Materials Science : A Collection of Research Papers Dedicated to Steven H. Davis in Commemoration of hi by Marc K. Smith, Michael J. Miksis, Geoffrey B. McFadden, G. Paul Neitzel, David R. Canright, Stephen H. Davis