DRIVEN DROPLETS BY THERMOCAPILLARY EFFECT

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A1 Alkuperäisartikkeli tieteellisessä aikakauslehdessä
Date
2020-10
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Language
en
Pages
5
107-111
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Anales afa, Volume 31, issue 3
Abstract
We study the migration of droplets on a solid surface which is under a uniform temperature gradient. The present article focus on partial wetting fluids which surface tension depends on the squared temperature. These type of liquids, called self-rewetting, show a complex dynamics and here we will compare with those liquids of linear dependence in the temperature. Unlike to the latter ones, the droplet width increases with the time.
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Marangoni effect, non-monotonic dependence of surface tension, partial wetting condition, MOTION, MIGRATION, DYNAMICS, MINIMUM
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Mac Intyre , J R , Gomba , J M & Perazzo , C A 2020 , ' DRIVEN DROPLETS BY THERMOCAPILLARY EFFECT : QUADRATIC DEPENDENCE OF THE SURFACE TENSION ON THE TEMPERATURE ' , Anales AFA , vol. 31 , no. 3 , pp. 107-111 . https://doi.org/10.31527/analesafa.2020.31.3.107