Dynamic Contact Lines in Rotating Liquids
Dynamic contact lines on a central rotor immersed in a liquid are examined. The profile is affected by hydrodynamics but the contact line does not move. The profile shapes are obtained and examined in the presence of inertial forces for fluids having different bulk and surface rheological properties.
P. Neogi and F. Adib, "Dynamic Contact Lines in Rotating Liquids," American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), Jan 1985.
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Flow of Fluids; Fluids - Rheology; Hydrodynamics; Newtonian Liquid; Non-Newtonian Liquid; Non-linear Surface Fluids; Stability Analysis
Article - Conference proceedings
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