379 Particulate and Multiphase Flows: Soft and Granular Systems

Tuesday, November 5, 2013: 3:15 PM
Continental 6 (Hilton)
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

Michael J. Solomon
Email: mjsolo@umich.edu

Jacinta C. Conrad
Email: jcconrad@uh.edu

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

3:15 PM
(379a) Structure Formation During Vibration of Suspensions of Hard Spheres
Jennifer Staton, Stephanie R. Dungan and Ronald J. Phillips

3:30 PM

3:45 PM
(379c) Endothelial Cells Migrate Upstream and Align Against the Shear Stress Field Created By Impinging Flow
Maggie A. Ostrowski, Ngan F. Huang, Travis W. Walker, Tom VerWijlen, Charlotte Poplawski, Amanda S. Khoo, John P. Cooke, Alexander R. Dunn and Gerald G. Fuller
File available
4:30 PM

5:15 PM
(379i) Water Slug Formation and Motion in Gas Flow Channels
Jay Benziger, May Jean Cheah and Ioannis G. Kevrekidis

5:30 PM
(379j) A Generalized Oldroyd's Model for Dilute Emulsions of Deformable Drops
Richard Martin, Alexander Zinchenko and Robert H. Davis
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