Hector. D. Ceniceros

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We study the solution of the focusing nonlinear Schrödinger equation in the semiclassical limit. Numerical solutions are presented for four different kinds of initial data, of which three are analytic and one is nonanalytic. We verify numerically the weak convergence of the oscillatory solution by examining the strong convergence of the spatial average of(More)
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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