Appeared in Communications in Pure and Applied Mathematics volume 51, pages 733–795, 1998. SINGULARITY FORMATION IN THIN JETS WITH SURFACE TENSION

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We derive and study asymptotic models for the dynamics of a thin jet of fluid that is separated from an outer immiscible fluid by fluid interfaces with surface tension. Both fluids are assumed to be incompressible, inviscid, irrotational, and density matched. One such thin jet model is a coupled system of PDEs with nonlocal terms – Hilbert transforms – that… (More)

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@inproceedings{Pugh1998AppearedIC, title={Appeared in Communications in Pure and Applied Mathematics volume 51, pages 733–795, 1998. SINGULARITY FORMATION IN THIN JETS WITH SURFACE TENSION}, author={M. C. Pugh}, year={1998} }