• Modelling Macroscopic Phenomena At Liquid Boundaries

Modelling Macroscopic Phenomena At Liquid Boundaries

Modelling Macroscopic Phenomena At Liquid Boundaries

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  • Author
    W Kosinski
  • Publisher
    Springer
  • Publication date
    04 May 2014

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Modelling Macroscopic Phenomena At Liquid Boundaries

  • Author

    W Kosinski

  • Date Published

    04 May 2014

  • Publisher

    Springer

  • Pages

    288 pages

  • ISBN

    9783709126127

Book Description

Currently much research is being undertaken, within a wide range of scientific and engineering disciplines, on macroscopic phenomena associated with liquid boundaries. This volume contains articles which address the modelling of such phenomena from a variety of viewpoints. These works serve to acquaint the reader with the range of macroscopic behaviour which can occur at liquid boundaries, to indicate various aproaches to relevant continuum descriptions and the difficulties of modelling non-equilibrium situations, to demonstrate applications of continuum models to the solution of practical problems, and to convey due appreciation of experimental aspects of the subject. The specific topics addressed are phenomenological approaches to fluid-flute interfaces and the physical interpretation of associated concepts and quantities, non-equilibrium thermodynamics and statistical physics of liquid-vapour interfaces, the physics of ice-water phase-change surfaces, and the prediction of static and dynamic contact angles, wetting and spreading.

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