Transient Marangoni Waves Due to Impulsive Motion of a Submerged Body

  title={Transient Marangoni Waves Due to Impulsive Motion of a Submerged Body},
  author={J. Shu},
  journal={International Applied Mechanics},
  • J. Shu
  • Published 2004
  • Physics
  • International Applied Mechanics
The Oseen problem in a viscous fluid is formulated for studying the transient free-surface and Marangoni waves generated by the impulsive motion of a submerged body beneath a surface with surfactants. Wave asymptotics and wavefronts for large Reynolds numbers are obtained by employing Lighthill's two-stage scheme. The results obtained show explicitly the effects of viscosity and surfactants on Kelvin wakes 
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