141 Complex Fluids: Self-Assembled Materials

Monday, November 14, 2016: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Market Street (Parc 55 San Francisco)
This session of contributed presentations will focus on the hydrodynamics of complex fluids. Topics of interest include the effects of non-Newtonian rheology on flow, flow-induced microstructure, viscoelasticity, and general surfactant-laden and self-assembling fluids.

Fluid Mechanics

Simon A. Rogers
Email: sarogers@illinois.edu

Jacinta C. Conrad
Email: jcconrad@uh.edu

12:30 PM
(141a) Sprial Vortex Instability in Microfluidic Cross-Slot Flow
Simon Haward, Noa Burshtein and Amy Shen

12:45 PM
(141b) Multicomponent Polymer Gels with Enhanced Elasticity
Wendy Hom, Bingqian Zheng and Surita Bhatia

1:00 PM
(141c) Understanding Structural Changes in Complex Fluids at High Shear Rates: Developing ┬Árheosans
Javen Weston, Daniel Seeman, Daniel L. Blair, Kathleen Weigandt and Steven D. Hudson

1:15 PM

1:30 PM
(141e) Structure and Rheology of Branched Micellar Fluids from Molecular Dynamics Simulations
Kelechi Okoroafor, Subas Dhakal and Radhakrishna Sureshkumar

1:45 PM
(141f) Distinguishing Shear Banding from Shear Thinning in Flows with a Shear Stress Gradient
Peng Cheng, Michael C. Burroughs, L. Gary Leal and Matthew E. Helgeson

2:15 PM
(141h) Single Molecule Studies of DNA-PNIPAM Copolymers
Songsong Li and Charles M. Schroeder

2:30 PM
(141i) System Size Dependent Rheology of Sheared Lamellar Phases
Prof. Viswanathan Kumaran and Someshwar Jaju
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