Whipping of Electrified Visco-Capillary Jets in Airflows

@article{Arne2017WhippingOE,
  title={Whipping of Electrified Visco-Capillary Jets in Airflows},
  author={Walter Arne and Nicole Marheineke and Miguel P{\'e}rez-Saborid and Javier Rivero-Rodr{\'i}guez and Raimund Wegener and Manuel Wieland},
  journal={SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics},
  year={2017},
  volume={78},
  pages={343-371}
}
An electrified visco-capillary jet shows different dynamic behavior, such as cone forming, breakage into droplets, whipping and coiling, depending on the considered parameter regime. The whipping instability that is of fundamental importance for electrospinning has been approached by means of stability analysis in previous papers. In this work we alternatively propose a model framework in which the instability can be computed straightforwardly as the stable stationary solution of an asymptotic… CONTINUE READING

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