- Wavelength selection in the crown splash Li V. Zhang,1
- Nonlinear dynamics and breakup of free-surface flows Jens Eggers
- Fluid Dynamics 3 -Solutions to Sheet 6 1. (i) (a) The potential of a uniform stream is =
- 4.9 The Joukowski mapping: circles to ellipses A particularly useful application of the mapping idea concerns the flow around bodies. We
- Fluid Dynamics 3 -Solutions to Sheet 3 1. Streamlines of (r, ) = (2)-1 log r for r < 1
- The effect of inter-cluster interactions on the structure of colloidal clusters Alex Malins a
- Drop Formation by Thermal Fluctuations at an Ultralow Surface Tension Y. Hennequin,1,* D. G. A. L. Aarts,2,3,
- Toward a description of contact line motion at higher capillary numbers Jens Eggers
- Does deterministic chaos imply intermittency in My developed turbulence? Jens Eggers and Siegfried Grossmann
- Fluid Dynamics 3 2010/11 Homework to be handed in 3d December: questions 1,2,3.
- Nonlocal description of evaporating drops and L. M. Pismen2
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- Wetting and spreading Daniel Bonn
- Fluid Dynamics 3 -Solutions to Sheet 9 1. (i) Putting z = rei
- arXiv:physics/0110087v1[physics.flu-dyn]30Oct2001 Hydrodynamic Singularities
- Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 280 (2004) 539541 www.elsevier.com/locate/jcis
- 3.1.1 Uniqueness of the velocity potential Suppose an incompressible irrotational fluid occupies a simply connected domain D, so
- Fluid Dynamics 3 2010/11 Homework to be handed in 10th December: questions 1,2,5.
- Fluid Dynamics 4 J. G. Eggers
- IOP PUBLISHING REPORTS ON PROGRESS IN PHYSICS Rep. Prog. Phys. 71 (2008) 036601 (79pp) doi:10.1088/0034-4885/71/3/036601
- Pinch-off singularities in rotating Hele-Shaw flows at high viscosity contrast E. Alvarez-Lacalle,1
- Drop dynamics after impact on a solid wall: Theory and simulations Jens Eggers,1
- Dynamics of Liquid Nanojets Jens Eggers
- VOLUME 83, NUMBER 25 P H Y S I C A L R E V I E W L E T T E R S 20 DECEMBER 1999 Sand as Maxwell's Demon
- Z. Phys. B 102, 513524 (1997) ZEITSCHRIFT
- arXiv:0910.3499v1[math-ph]19Oct2009 Cusps in interfacial problems
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- Comment on ``Force Balance at the Transition from Selective Withdrawal to Viscous Entrainment''
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- Numerical analysis of tips in viscous flow and S. Courrech du Pont2
- Singularities and Similarities J. G. Eggers
- Dripping of a crystal R. Ishiguro, F. Graner,* E. Rolley, and S. Balibar
- Sink Flow Deforms the Interface Between a Viscous Liquid and Air into a Tip Singularity S. Courrech du Pont and J. Eggers
- J. Fluid Mech. (2005), vol. 530, pp. 177180. c 2005 Cambridge University Press doi:10.1017/S0022112005003678 Printed in the United Kingdom
- A BRIEF HISTORY OF DROP FORMATION Jens Eggers
- SINGULARITIES IN DROPLET PINCHING WITH VANISHING JENS EGGERS
- J. Fluid Mech. (1999), vol. 401, pp. 293310. Printed in the United Kingdom c 1999 Cambridge University Press
- Breakdown of scaling in droplet fission at high Reynolds number Michael P. Brenner
- Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics 166, 177180 (2009) c EDP Sciences, Springer-Verlag 2009
- Solvability condition for the moving contact line L. M. Pismen1
- Existence of receding and advancing contact lines Jens Eggersa
- Blistering Pattern and Formation of Nanofibers in Capillary Thinning of Polymer Solutions R. Sattler,1,* C. Wagner,1
- Droplet Detachment and Satellite Bead Formation in Viscoelastic Fluids C. Wagner,1,* Y. Amarouchene,2,3
- Dynamics of foam drainage S. A. Koehler,1
- Volume 153, number I PHYSICSLETTERS A 18 February 1991 Origin of the Obukhov scaling relation in turbulence
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- 1.11 The motion near a point in a fluid Consider a short line segment in the fluid, with ends x and x + x. At a small time t
- 4.5.2 Two counterrotating vortices Now consider the case that the two vortices have opposite sign. This situation is
- 5 Waves and free surface flows Free surface flows are in some ways very different from what we have done before. In
- Appendix A: Vector calculus We shall revise some vectors operations that you should have already met before this
- Fluid Dynamics 3 2010/11 Homework to be handed in 26th November: questions 2,4
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- Fluid Dynamics 3 -Solutions to Sheet 1 1. (i) u = (kx, -ky, 0). So
- Fluid Dynamics 3 -Solutions to Sheet 2 1. If the point x travels at constant speed V, i.e.
- Fluid Dynamics 3 -Solutions to Sheet 7 1. (i) In polar coordinates we have
- Fluid Dynamics 3 -Solutions to Sheet 8 1. (i) If |z| = R (on the boundary) then zz = R2
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- Under consideration for publication in J. Fluid Mech. 1 The spatial structure of bubble pinch-off
- Thick Films of Viscous Fluid Coating a Plate Withdrawn from a Liquid Reservoir J. H. Snoeijer,1
- J. Fluid Mech. (2004), vol. 505, pp. 309321. c 2004 Cambridge University Press DOI: 10.1017/S0022112004008663 Printed in the United Kingdom
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- 5.4 Liquid sheets BA' B' C'C A
- Crossover behavior in turbulent velocity fluctuations Jens Eggers1
- 4 Two-dimensional flows If the flow is in the plane, and there are only two independent variables x, y, the flow prob-
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- Knotting probability of a shaken ball-chain J. Hickford,1
- Fluid Dynamics 3 2010/11 Homework to be handed in 19th November: questions 1,2,3
- Asymptotic analysis of the dewetting rim Jacco H. Snoeijer1
- Cornered drops and rivulets J. H. Snoeijer
- Theory of the Collapsing Axisymmetric Cavity J. Eggers,1
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- arXiv:0806.3050v1[physics.flu-dyn]18Jun2008 Rayleigh-Plateau instability causes the crown splash
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- Appendix B: Streamfunctions If u = 0, then it follows that there exists a vector field A(x, t) s.t.
- Fluid Dynamics 3 2010/11 To hand in on Friday 5th November: Q 2,3,5
- ZAMM Z. Angew. Math. Mech. 85, No. 6, 400410 (2005) / DOI 10.1002/zamm.200410193 Drop formation an overview
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- Continuum description of vibrated sand Jens Eggers1
- J. Fluid Mech. (2009), vol. 633, pp. 137145. c 2009 Cambridge University Press doi:10.1017/S0022112009008076 Printed in the United Kingdom
- VOLUME 80, NUMBER 12 P H Y S I C A L R E V I E W L E T T E R S 23 MARCH 1998 Coalescence of Spheres by Surface Diffusion
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- 1.6 The Lagrangian derivative (a.k.a. the convective derivative, the material derivative).
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- Fluid Dynamics 3 2010/11 Homework to be handed in Friday 21st January: questions 2,5.
- Theory of drop formation Jens Eggers
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- Hydrodynamic Theory of Forced Dewetting Jens Eggers
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- D Some simple flows and their potentials D.1 Two dimensional flows
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