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Fingers, bulges and wrinkles - some contact line problems

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The dynamics of a fluid film advancing over a plane is often sensitively controlled by surface tension. This dictates the spreading rate of a drop and leads to the fingering of a falling film. In this talk I will describe some related situations in which surface tension competes with a non-Newtonian fluid rheology or is replaced by the stresses of an elastic surface.

This talk is part of the Fluid Mechanics (DAMTP) series.

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