Forced dewetting on porous media

@inproceedings{DEVAUCHELLE2005ForcedDO,
  title={Forced dewetting on porous media},
  author={By OLIVIER DEVAUCHELLE and C. Josserand and St{\'e}phane Zaleski},
  year={2005}
}
We study the dewetting of a porous plate withdrawn from a liquid bath. The contact angle is fixed to zero and the flow is assumed to be almost parallel to the plate (lubrication approximation). The ordinary differential equation involving the position of the water surface is analysed in phase space by means of numerical integration. We show the existence of a stationary moving contact line with zero contact angle below a critical value of the capillary number ηU/γ . Above this value, no… CONTINUE READING

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