Poster Session: Fluid Mechanics

Monday, October 17, 2011: 3:15 PM
Exhibit Hall B (Minneapolis Convention Center)

Description:
This session of contributed posters will include a broad range of recent results in the areas of fundamental and applied fluid mechanics.


Sponsor:
Fluid Mechanics


Chair:
James F. Gilchrist
Email: gilchrist@lehigh.edu

Co-Chair:
Todd Squires
Email: squires@engineering.ucsb.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.



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(181aa) Shape and Wall Effects On Particle Drag In Liquids
Subrahmaniyam Susarla and Santosh Kumar Susarla





(181ae) Effects of Diameter and Orientation On Multiphase Flow Patterns
Heather N. Nathaniel, Enita O. Okodiko and Robert J. Wilkens



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(181ah) Selecting a Clear Model Fluid with Similar Rheological Behavior to Municipal Sludge
Nicky Eshtiaghi, Flora Markis, Jean-Christoph Baudez, Rahul K. Gupta, Rajarathinam Parthasarathy and Paul Slatter



(181aj) Using Reflection Interference Contrast Microscopy to Study Micron-Size
Jose C. Contreras-Naranjo, Maria D. King, Yassin A. Hassan and Victor M. Ugaz


File available



(181f) Dynamic Separation of Magnetic Nanoparticles In a Microfluidic System with Different Flow Conditions
Juan R. Reyes, Diego F. Cuervo, Angel A. Galvis, Johann F. Osma and Watson L. Vargas

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(181g) Pattern Formation In Anomalous Thermo-Viscous Media
Victor Kireev, Said Urmancheev and Iskander Akhatov






(181l) Solvent Responsive Polymer Brushes for Selective Separations A Molecular Simulation Study
Ajay Singh Panwar, Ankur Mishra, Pawan Kumar Verma and Buddhapriya Chakrabarti






(181q) Electrostatic Microvalves for Integrated Microchemical Systems
Joshua D. Tice, Amit V. Desai, Thomas A. Bassett, Christopher A. Apblett and Paul J. A. Kenis





(181u) Turbulence Structures In Poiseuille-Couette Flow That Lead to Drag Reduction
Quoc T. Nguyen, Alberto Striolo and Dimitrios V. Papavassiliou






(181z) Rheo-Physics of Shear Thickening Fluid Suspoemulsions
Prachi Thareja, Ingo Hoffmann, Matthew W. Liberatore, Matthew E. Helgeson, Thomas Hu, Michael Gradzielski and Norman J. Wagner
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