Superhydrophobic drag reduction in laminar flows: a critical review

@inproceedings{Lee2016SuperhydrophobicDR,
  title={Superhydrophobic drag reduction in laminar flows: a critical review},
  author={Choongyeop Lee and Chang Hwan Choi and Chang Jin C.J. Kim},
  year={2016}
}
The rapid development of nanoand microfluidic systems brought a renewed attention to the solid–liquid boundary condition during the last decade (Neto et al. 2005; Bocquet and Barrat 2007). If channels are nanometers or micrometers in diameter, even a small amount of slip on their inner surfaces was expected to ease the fluid transport appreciably. The amount of slip is best quantified using slip length, which is defined as the ratio of slip velocity to shear rate at the wall or a virtual… CONTINUE READING
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