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Abstract : Liquid-gas-liquid interfaces stabilized by hydrophobic beads behave as ball bearings under shear and exhibit a giant slip. Using a scaling analysis and molecular dynamics simulations we predict that, when the contact angle theta between the beads and the liquid is large, the slip length diverges as R rho-1 pi -theta-3 where R is the bead radius, and theta is the bead density. DOI: 10.1103-PhysRevLett.110.104504

Keywords : BOUNDARY-CONDITIONS MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS SURFACES FRICTION FLOW





Author: Quentin Ehlinger - Laurent Joly - Olivier Pierre-Louis -

Source: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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