184 Interfacial and Nonlinear Flows

Monday, November 4, 2013: 3:15 PM
Continental 6 (Hilton)
This session of contributed talks will focus on flows in which fluid interfaces play an essential role. Some topics of interest include the dynamics of thin liquid films and liquid bridges, motion of drops and bubbles, and the behavior of emulsions and foams.

Fluid Mechanics

Lynn M. Walker
Email: lwalker@andrew.cmu.edu

Vivek Sharma
Email: viveks@uic.edu

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

3:30 PM
(184b) Black Spots in the Human Tear Film: An Evaporation-Driven Instability
Cheng-Chun Peng, Colin Cerretani, Richard J. Braun and Clayton J. Radke

4:00 PM
(184d) Chiral Rheology of a Phospholipid Monolayer: Ductile Plasticity Vs. Brittle Fracture
KyuHan Kim, SiYoung Q. Choi, Joseph A. Zasadzinski and Todd M. Squires

4:15 PM
(184e) Directed Assembly of Carbon Nanotubes By Capillary Focusing
Christopher L. Wirth, Michael De Volder and Jan Vermant

4:45 PM
(184g) Strong Surfactant-Dependent Lift Forces On Drops and Bubbles in Microchannels
Claudiu A. Stan, Laura Guglielmini, Audrey K. Ellerbee, Daniel Caviezel, George M. Whitesides and Howard A. Stone

5:15 PM
(184i) Rapidly Moving Contact-Lines and Inviscid Flows
Anthony L. Altieri, Brenton L. Cox and Paul H. Steen
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