Drainage of thin aqueous films between solid surfaces measured with the colloidal probe technique

Tiago Dos Santos Rodrigues
Understanding liquid flow at the vicinity of solid surfaces is crucial to the developmentrnof technologies to reduce drag. One possibility to infer flow properties at the liquid-solid interface is to compare the experimental results to solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations assuming the no-slip boundary condition (BC) or the slip BC. There is no consensus in the literature about which BC should be used to model the flow of aqueous solutions over hydrophilic surfaces. Here, the...
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