Interfaces for the Twenty-first Century: New Research Directions in Fluid Mechanics and Materials Science

Interfaces for the Twenty-first Century: New Research Directions in Fluid Mechanics and Materials Science

By: Michael J. Miksis (editor), Marc K. Smith (editor), David R. Canright (editor), G. Paul Neitzel (editor), Geoffrey B. McFadden (editor)Hardback

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This book highlights some recent advances in interfacial research in the fields of fluid mechanics and materials science at the beginning of the twenty-first century. It is an extension of the presentations made during the conference "Interfaces for the 21st Century," held on August 16-18, 1999, in Monterey, California. It includes papers by sixteen renowned experts in the field of interfacial mechanics, abstracts contributed by research scientists, and a summary of a panel discussion on future research directions. The book covers experimental and theoretical approaches, with the unifying philosophy being the investigation of new techniques for modeling the dynamics of interfaces. A number of new and exciting solution methods and experimental studies, as well as the physical problems that initiated them, are presented.

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Contents

The effect of a stabilizing gradient on interface morphology, T. Maxworthy; spreading of a liquid drop with mass loss, L.M. Hocking; viscous gravity currents with solidification, M. Bunk et al; coarsening dynamics of roll waves, H.-C. Chang and E.A. Demekhin; thermocapillary control with feedback of large wavelength interfacial instabilities, R.E. Kelly; pattern formation in thin liquid films, D. Gallez and E. Ramos de Souza; molecular aspects of contact-line dynamics, J. Koplik and J. Banavar; computational methods for advancing interfaces, J.A. Sethian; direct numerical simulations of multiphase flows, G. Tryggvason and B. Bunner; a phase-field model with convection - numerical simulations, D.M. Anderson et al; phase field model of multicomponent alloy solidification with hydrodynamics, R.F. Sekerka and Z.-Q. Bi; the effects of a stress-dependent mobility on interfacial stability, P.W. Voorhees and M.J. Aziz; non-constant growth characteristics of pivalic acid dendrites in microgravity, J.C. LaCombe et al; interfaces on all scales during solidification and melting, M.G. Worster; phase and microstructure selection in peritectics, W. Kurz and S. Dobler; model phase diagrams for an FFC alloy, R.J. Braun et al. (Part contents)

Product Details

  • publication date: 01/06/2002
  • ISBN13: 9781860943195
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 332
  • ID: 9781860943195
  • weight: 712
  • ISBN10: 1860943195

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