Surface Tension-driven Flow in A

Abstract

We consider an inviscid fluid, initially at rest inside a wedge, bounded by one free surface and one solid surface. When t = 0, we allow the contact angle to change discontinuously, which leads the free surface to recoil under the action of surface tension. As noted by Keller and Miksis [SIAM J. Appl. Math., 43 (1983), pp. 268–277], a similarity scaling is… (More)

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