Particle-laden viscous thin-film flows on an incline : experiments compared with a theory based on shear-induced migration and particle settling

@inproceedings{Murisic2011ParticleladenVT,
  title={Particle-laden viscous thin-film flows on an incline : experiments compared with a theory based on shear-induced migration and particle settling},
  author={Nebojsa Murisic and Jackie Ho and Victor Hu and P. Latterman and Tobias Koch and K. Lin and Matthew Mata and Alberto Bertozzi},
  year={2011}
}
Particle settling in driven viscous films is a complex physical process involving different physical effects. A recent analysis in [1] identified a balance between hindered settling and shear-induced migration as the dominant large scale physics for particle/liquid separation. However, experimental data for this has been lacking. This paper presents new data including the role of particle size and liquid viscosity showing clear agreement with the theory. We discuss the role of timescales in the… CONTINUE READING

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