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The lowest oscillation mode of a pendant drop has long been conceived to be the longitudinal vibration, i.e., periodic elongation and contraction along the longitudinal direction. However, here we experimentally show that the rotation of the drop about the longitudinal axis is the oscillation...
Direct numerical or large-eddy simulations of the majority of spatially inhomogeneous turbulent flows require turbulent inflow boundary conditions. A potential implication is that any results computed may be strongly influenced by the prescribed instantaneous inlet velocity profiles. Such...
Thermal energy transport in sheared electrorheological and magnetorheological (ER and MR) fluids is analyzed. Although energy production by viscous dissipation can be significant, energy transport on the particle length scale can be analyzed by ignoring viscous dissipation. For typical...
We present numerical simulations of decaying two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional quasigeostrophic (3D QG) turbulence. The resulting vorticity fields are decomposed into three components: the vortex cores, the strain cells, and the background. In 2D, the vortex cores induce five times the...
It has been long recognized that turbulent flow over steep waves can produce coherent flow structures of different temporal and spatial scales. In particular, quasistreamwise vortices grow up on the upslope side of the wave and interact with geometry-dependent vortical structures, aligned...
When a buoyant viscous drop is injected into a viscous fluid, it evolves to form a distended shape that detaches via the rapid formation and pinching of a neck. The effects of surfactants in altering this process are studied numerically. In the absence of surfactants, surface contraction is...
A flow structure based triple-product correlation model developed by Nagano and Tagawa J. Fluid Mech. 215 , 639 ( 1990 ) has been expanded to three-dimensional turbulent flows. Three-dimensional turbulent boundary layer data obtained away from the vortex in a wing-body junction flow are analyzed...
A two-dimensional (2D) free surface flow model already used to study the Rayleigh instability of thin films lining the interior of capillary tubes under the presence of insoluble surfactants D. M. Campana , J. Di Paolo , and F. A. Saita , “ A 2-D model of Rayleigh instability in capillary...
The viscous damping of progressive, two-layer interfacial waves is examined theoretically and experimentally. Traditional water wave theory is modified to derive the damping rates associated with interfacial wave propagation in a rectangular channel. The individual wave damping contributions are...
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