299 Particulate and Multiphase Flows I

Tuesday, October 30, 2012: 12:30 PM
409 (Convention Center )
This session of contributed talks focuses on theoretical, experimental, and numerical studies on hydrodynamic phenomena in suspensions, slurries, and other dispersed multiphase systems including (but not limited to) solid-liquid, liquid-liquid, or bubbly-liquid systems.

Fluid Mechanics

David T. Leighton Jr.
Email: dtl@nd.edu

Roseanna N. Zia
Email: roseanna@caltech.edu

12:30 PM
(299a) Toward Tailored Elasticity of Particulate Soft Matter by Control of Structural Rigidity
Lilian C. Hsiao, Richmond Newman, Sharon C. Glotzer and Michael J. Solomon

1:30 PM
(299d) Drift and Diffusion of Rigid and Flexible Fibers in Simple Shear Flow
Jianghui Wang, Emilio Tozzi, Michael D. Graham and Daniel Klingenberg

1:45 PM

2:00 PM
(299f) Hydrodynamically-Driven Assembly in Dip Coating From Particle Suspensions
Carlos E. Colosqui, Jeffrey F. Morris and Howard A. Stone

2:15 PM
(299g) The Effect of Orthogonal Shear Flow On the Sedimentation of Particles in Viscoelastic Fluids
Sourav Padhy, Sreenath Krishnan, Eric S.G. Shaqfeh, Gianluca Iaccarino, Jeffrey F. Morris and N. Tonmukayakul

2:30 PM
(299h) Bacteria-Swimming-Induced Hydrodynamic Diffusion of Tracer Particles
Kasyap Thottasserymana Vasudevan, Donald L. Koch and Mingming Wu
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