By David Brutin
Droplet Wetting and Evaporation offers engineers, scholars, and researchers with the 1st finished advisor to the idea and purposes of droplet wetting and evaporation.
Beginning with a suitable theoretical historical past, the booklet strikes directly to ponder particular elements, together with warmth move, move instabilities, and the drying of complicated fluid droplets.
Each bankruptcy covers the rules of the topic, addressing corresponding useful concerns and problems.
The textual content is perfect for a extensive variety of domain names, from aerospace and fabrics, to biomedical functions, comprehensively relaying the demanding situations and ways from the several groups prime the way in which in droplet study and development.
- Provides a vast, cross-subject assurance of idea and alertness that's perfect for engineers, scholars and researchers who have to persist with all significant advancements during this interdisciplinary field
- Includes complete discussions of warmth move, move instabilities, and the drying of advanced fluid droplets
- Begins with an available precis of primary conception earlier than relocating directly to particular parts equivalent to warmth move, move instabilities, and the drying of advanced fluid droplets
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2012. D. thesis). Aix-Marseille Universite´, Marseille, France. Chapter 4 PRECURSOR FILMS AND CONTACT LINE MICROSTRUCTURES Pierre Colinet and Alexey Rednikov Universite´ Libre de Bruxelles—TIPs Fluid Physics, Brussels, Belgium This chapter focuses on the small-scale structure of a contact line formed by a pure liquid, a gas (in particular, the vapor of the liquid considered), and a smooth and chemically homogeneous solid substrate. On the basis of the lubrication approximation (small slopes of the liquid/gas interface), various situations are considered, including volatile or nonvolatile liquid, partial or complete wetting, and advancing or receding contact lines.
4, some equilibrium flat microfilms and their stability are considered briefly. 5, we consider the case of nonvolatile liquids at scales where the disjoining pressure acts and show how the precursor film preceding a moving contact line depends on its velocity (using the approach proposed by Hervet and de Gennes, 1984). 2). 7, we draw some conclusions. Note that throughout the chapter, when appropriate, any dimensional quantity f Ã (with an asterisk) will be written as f Ã 5 [f] f—that is, the product of the chosen scale [f] and of the corresponding dimensionless quantity f.
E. the second term at the denominator in Eq. 5), is particularly large—in other words, [h] is much smaller than the “kinetic length” ‘Ãkin 5 λÃl T0Ã2 =LÃww LÃ2 ).
Droplet Wetting and Evaporation: From Pure to Complex Fluids by David Brutin