Hector. D. Ceniceros

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When binary liquid mixtures are cooled rapidly from a homogeneous phase into a two-phase system, domains of the two equilibrium phases form and grow (coarsen) with time. In the absence of an external forcing due to gravity or an imposed shear flow, a dynamic scaling regime emerges in which the domain morphology is statistically self-similar at different(More)
The coalescence of two equal-sized deformable drops in an axisymmetric flow is studied, using a boundary-integral method. An adaptive mesh refinement method is used to resolve the local small-scale dynamics in the gap and to retain a reasonable speed of computation. The thin film dynamics is successfully simulated, with sufficient stability and accuracy, up(More)
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