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Finite-Reynolds number effects and interfacial phenomena due to solid particles

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In this talk, I will illustrate my research by focusing on two problems: the hydrodynamics of multiple finite-size particles suspended in flows with inertia and capillary interactions between anisotropic colloids embedded in fluid-fluid interfaces. These problems are studied by using simulations in which the flow disturbance and interface distortion about each particle are fully resolved. Comparison with experimental data will also be provided.

This talk is part of the BPI Seminar Series series.

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