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Thermocapillary motion

@inproceedings{Fedosov2013ThermocapillaryM,
  title={Thermocapillary motion},
  author={A. I. Fedosov},
  year={2013}
}
The first attempt to apply a mathematical framework to thermocapillary flows is attributed to the article written in 1959 by N.O. Young, J.S. Goldstein and M.J. Block [YGB]. This classic work brought interface driven flows into attention of the Eastern hydrodynamic community particularly focusing on the surface flows induced by the temperature inhomogeneities. However, there is another work, which is currently hidden from worldwide scientific attention due to the fact that it was written in… 

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