Critical behavior of drops in linear flows: I. Phenomenological theory for drop dynamics near critical stationary states

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Critical behavior of drops in linear flows: I. Phenomenological theory for drop dynamics near critical stationary states

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2001-06

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The dynamics of viscous drops in linear creeping flows are investigated near the critical flow strength at which stationary drop shapes cease to exist. It is shown that the near-critical drop behavior is dominated by a single slow mode that evolves on the time scale diverging at the critical point with the exponent 1/2.

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Blawzdziewicz, Jerzy; Cristini, Vittorio; Loewenberg, Michael. (2001). Critical behavior of drops in linear flows: I. Phenomenological theory for drop dynamics near critical stationary states. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/3620.

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