The dynamics of capillary-driven two-phase flow: The role of nanofluid structural forces

The dynamics of capillary-driven two-phase flow: The role of nanofluid structural forces 1 Introduction</h5> We would like to dedicate this work to Professor D.T. Wasan, a remarkable person who has made outstanding contributions to colloid and interface science and their technological applications and puts science to work. Eli Ruckenstein of SUNY Buffalo once described Darsh Wasan as an “imaginative experimentalist, a versatile theoretician and man with technological insight”. His interests and contributions to nano-colloid science and technology are amazingly diverse. It is not easy to summarize his achievements and his contributions, because over the course of his 50-year professional career, his research has spanned a number of interrelated fields. His work has affected important areas such as surface/interfacial rheology, liquid film dynamics and the stability of foams and emulsions, the nanofluid film structuring phenomenon, and the role of structural forces on the wetting and spreading of nanofluids on solids.</P>Capillary-driven flows are fundamental phenomena elucidating multiple phases of flow inside the capillary. The multiphase flow in capillaries and porous media is a topic of great scientific and technological interest. It would be an overwhelming task to review all the research in this area, so here we will only briefly present the most relevant research concerning the capillary-driven flow and discuss the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Colloid and Interface Science Elsevier

The dynamics of capillary-driven two-phase flow: The role of nanofluid structural forces

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Elsevier
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Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Inc.
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0021-9797
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10.1016/j.jcis.2014.10.057
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1 Introduction</h5> We would like to dedicate this work to Professor D.T. Wasan, a remarkable person who has made outstanding contributions to colloid and interface science and their technological applications and puts science to work. Eli Ruckenstein of SUNY Buffalo once described Darsh Wasan as an “imaginative experimentalist, a versatile theoretician and man with technological insight”. His interests and contributions to nano-colloid science and technology are amazingly diverse. It is not easy to summarize his achievements and his contributions, because over the course of his 50-year professional career, his research has spanned a number of interrelated fields. His work has affected important areas such as surface/interfacial rheology, liquid film dynamics and the stability of foams and emulsions, the nanofluid film structuring phenomenon, and the role of structural forces on the wetting and spreading of nanofluids on solids.</P>Capillary-driven flows are fundamental phenomena elucidating multiple phases of flow inside the capillary. The multiphase flow in capillaries and porous media is a topic of great scientific and technological interest. It would be an overwhelming task to review all the research in this area, so here we will only briefly present the most relevant research concerning the capillary-driven flow and discuss the

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Journal of Colloid and Interface ScienceElsevier

Published: Jul 1, 2015

References

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    Dorfman, K.D.; Brenner, H.
  • Capillarity and Wetting Phenomena: Drops, Bubbles, Pearls, Waves
    de Gennes, P.-G.; Brochard-Wyart, F.; Quere, D.
  • Interfacial Transport Processes and Rheology
    Edwards, D.; Brenner, H.; Wasan, D.T.
  • Energy Fuels
    Karimi, A.; Fakhroueian, Z.; Bahramian, A.; Khiabani, N.P.; Darabad, J.B.; Azin, R.; Arya, S.

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