Effect of driving on coarsening dynamics in phase-separating systems

@inproceedings{Tseluiko2019EffectOD,
  title={Effect of driving on coarsening dynamics in phase-separating systems},
  author={Dmitri Tseluiko and Meshari Alesemi and Tai-Shun Lin and Uwe Thiele},
  year={2019}
}
We consider the Cahn-Hilliard (CH) equation with a Burgers-type convective term that is used as a model of coarsening dynamics in driven phase-separating systems. In the absence of driving, it is known that solutions to the standard CH equation are characterized by an initial stage of phase separation into regions of one phase surrounded by the other phase (i.e., clusters or droplets/holes or islands are obtained) followed by the coarsening process, where the average size of the clusters grows… CONTINUE READING

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