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    The Study of the Effect of Surfactant on the Liquid Drop Motion In Fluid

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Kazempour, Ali (Author) ; Firoozabadi, Bahar (Supervisor) ; Afshin, Hossein (Co-Supervisor)
    The drop motion in fluid and the mass transfer is one of the most interesting and favorite topics that has attracted the attention of many researchers. Knowing the functions of the factors affecting the deformation and the process of mass transfer and the effects of the addition of the surfactant, improve the efficiency of the related industrial processes.In this regard, the present study examines how the shape and speed of a moving Newtonian drop in a Newtonian fluid, the mass transfer of soluble material from inside the drop to the surrounding fluid and also the study of the effect of surfactant on the dynamics of moving droplet is studied numerically. During the drop movement, the... 

    Dynamics of liquid interfaces under various types of external perturbations

    , Article Current Opinion in Colloid and Interface Science ; Vol. 19, issue. 4 , Aug , 2014 , p. 309-319 Lotfi, M ; Karbaschi, M ; Javadi, A ; Mucic, N ; Kragel, J ; Kovalchuk, V. I ; Rubio, R. G ; Fainerman, V. B ; Miller, R ; Sharif University of Technology
    Dynamic interfacial parameters are the key properties of interfaces in many modern technologies and can be studied in various ways. For applications like foams and emulsions, the dynamics of adsorption and the dilational and shear rheology of liquid-fluid interfaces are investigated most frequently. This work gives an insight into recently developed new experimental approaches, such as fast capillary pressure tensiometry for growing and oscillating drops. These experiments are presented in comparison to more classical techniques like drop profile tensiometry and capillary wave damping. Progress in these experiments based on generated interfacial perturbations can be expected only by a close...