Monday, November 13, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Union Square 23 (Hilton San Francisco)
#109 - Transport at Interfaces I (01C00)
The session focuses on the roles of hydrodynamics and mass transfer rates on transport at fluid/fluid and fluid/solid interfaces. A range of experimental, macroscopic modeling, microscopic modeling, and molecular simulations studies of interest to chemical engineering audiences is desirable. The studies should cover some aspect of an interfacial physics, chemistry, or biology. Example topics are adsorption, spreading, transport across interfaces, phase transitions at interfaces, ultrathin film formation, Marangoni flows, AFM-based transport studies, etc. Example applications are in separations, nanotechnology, biochemical, and biomedical problems.
Chair:Anuj Chauhan
CoChair:Elias I. Franses
12:30 PMMass Transfer from Growing and Oscillating Rising Bubbles
Mariano Martín, Francisco J. Montes, Miguel A. Galán
12:50 PMEffect of Viscous Forces on the Measurement of Surface Dilatational Moduli with Oscillating Drops or Bubbles
Erik Freer, Harris Wong, Clayton J. Radke
1:10 PMNonlinear Dynamics of Breakup of Surfactant-Laden Compound Jets
Hariprasad Subramani, Osman A. Basaran
1:30 PMSurfactant-Enhanced Thermocapillary Flows
Ram Hanumanthu, Kathleen J. Stebe
1:50 PMStudy of Mass Transfer across Liquid-Liquid Interphase Using Micro Visualization Technique
Jinfang Chen, Zhong Chen, Junhui Xu
2:10 PMAdsorption Dynamics of Aqueous 1-Octanol Solutions at the Vapor / Liquid Interface
Andrew Prpich, Mohammad Elias Biswas, Pu Chen
2:30 PMTransport Coefficients for Liquid-Vapor Transition
Jean-Marc Simon, Jing Xu, Signe Kjelstrup, Dick Bedeaux, Eivind Johannessen

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