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When people blink their eyes - the formation point of a tear - a thin liquid film is spread across the surface of the eye.
Among the topics are a height function interface reconstruction algorithm for simulating boiling flows, transition length between water and air-water flows on stepped chutes, heat and mass transfer in evaporating turbulent drop-laden flow, the spray quenching of specimens for ring heat treatment, a numerical model for the partially-wetted flow of thin liquid films, hydrate formation in natural gas pipelines, and the capillary trapping of supercritical carbon dioxide in porous media at the pore scale.
04 release includes a new model to predict the formation and transport of a thin liquid film on a solid surface, and its subsequent stripping and break-up under aerodynamic forces.
Uma, "Dynamics and Stability of a Thin Liquid Film on a Heated Rotating Disk Film with Variable Viscosity," Phys.
It's possible to cool only extremely thin liquid films at such a rapid pace because heat can't escape speedily enough from inside bulkier layers.
Kumacheva's reports on confinement-induced phase transitions in thin liquid films was published in Science.
Professor Grigoriev's research on nonequilibrium systems such as fluids, lasers and living systems ranges from mixing in fluids, thin liquid films and wide aperture lasers to the heart muscle.
Its small size probably helped it to survive in the liquid veins among ice crystals and the thin liquid film on their surfaces.