Streaming patterns in Faraday waves

@article{Prinet2017StreamingPI,
  title={Streaming patterns in Faraday waves},
  author={Nicolas P{\'e}rinet and Pablo Guti{\'e}rrez and H{\'e}ctor Urra and Nicol{\'a}s Mujica and Leonardo Gordillo},
  journal={Journal of Fluid Mechanics},
  year={2017},
  volume={819},
  pages={285 - 310}
}
Wave patterns in the Faraday instability have been studied for decades. Besides the rich wave dynamics observed at the interface, Faraday waves hide elusive flow patterns in the bulk – streaming patterns – which have not been studied experimentally. The streaming patterns are responsible for a net circulation in the flow, which is reminiscent of the circulation in convection cells. In this article, we analyse these streaming flows by conducting experiments in a Faraday-wave set-up using… 

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