Taylor dispersion in electroos m otic flows wit h rando m zeta potentials

@inproceedings{Ames2004TaylorDI,
  title={Taylor dispersion in electroos m otic flows wit h rando m zeta potentials},
  author={Ames and Leeson and Howard A Stone},
  year={2004}
}
Electroosmotic flows in axisymmetric capillaries with random zeta potentials were shown in [1] to exhibit axial velocity fluctuations about the mean plug flow. In this note we address the calculation of Taylor dispersion in such flows, and highlight the important differences between cross-sectional averaging (as usually used for dispersion problems) and ensemble averaging (as used in [1]). 

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