535 Interfacial and Non-Linear Flows: Droplets and Emulsions

Wednesday, November 16, 2016: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Powell I (Parc 55 San Francisco)
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

Travis W. Walker
Email: travis.walker@oregonstate.edu

Satish Kumar
Email: kumar030@umn.edu

12:30 PM
(535a) Pendant Drops and Liquid Jets in Miscible Environments
Dan Walls, Gerald Fuller, Simon Haward and Amy Shen

12:45 PM

1:00 PM

1:15 PM
(535d) Controlling Interfacial Composition, Coverage and Mechanics for Stable Capsule Formation
Charles Sharkey, Stephanie Kirby, Anthony P. Kotula, Lynn Walker and Shelley L. Anna

1:30 PM
(535e) Coalescence Inhibition through Asphaltene Adsorption
Simone Bochner de Araujo, Maria Merola, Dimitris Vlassopoulos and Gerald G. Fuller

1:45 PM
(535f) Continuous Droplet-Based Viscometer
Yunzi Li, Kevin R. Ward and Mark A. Burns

2:00 PM
(535g) On the Effect of Surfactants on Drop Coalescence with Liquid/Liquid Interfaces
Teng Dong, Weheliye Hashi Weheliye, Victor Voulgaropoulos and Panagiota Angeli

2:30 PM
(535i) Theory for Thin-Film Evolution Between a Sphere and a Planar Free Surface
Joseph M. Barakat, John M. Frostad, Mariana Rodriguez-Hakim, Gerald G. Fuller and Eric S. G. Shaqfeh
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