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Wetting dynamics of hydrophobic and structured surfaces

Hugo K. Christenson

Wetting dynamics of hydrophobic and structured surfaces

Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, USA, 12-14 April 2010

by Hugo K. Christenson

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Published by Royal Society of Chemistry in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrophobic surfaces,
  • Congresses,
  • Wetting

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Hugo Christenson, co-chair, Alenka Luzar, co-chair, editor]
    SeriesFaraday discussions -- vol. 146
    ContributionsRoyal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain). Faraday Division
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD506.A1 W48 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination414 p. :
    Number of Pages414
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25003234M
    ISBN 109781849730563
    LC Control Number2010537433
    OCLC/WorldCa665135335

    Line and Wetting Dynamics, Diffusion and Thermodynamics, Fluid Dynamics with Interfaces, Micro- and Nano-Scale Film Structures, Multilayer Liquid Film Coatings, Bioactive Films and Sensors, Functional Films, and Thin Film Drying. The domain of “Organic Electronics” is a particularly promising new market representing a challenging area in.


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Wetting dynamics of hydrophobic and structured surfaces by Hugo K. Christenson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Buy Wetting Dynamics of Hydrophobic and Structured Surfaces: Faraday Discussions, Vol. on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Get this from a library. Wetting dynamics of hydrophobic and structured surfaces: Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, USA, April [Hugo K Christenson; Alenka Luzar; Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain).

Faraday Division.;]. As a consequence, even low-energy liquids may dewet a surface and hydrophobicity becomes a more general "lyophobicity". Wetting dynamics at both smooth and structured surfaces is involved in a range of surface phenomena, including contact angle hysteresis, adhesion, surface forces, self-cleaning and the boundary conditions for fluid flow.

Wetting Dynamics of Hydrophobic and Structured Surfaces, Volume - Faraday Discussions Details The aim of this meeting was to convene scientists from experimental and theoretical disciplines to discuss a number of highly topical and controversial issues related to wetting and dewetting at.

Get this from a library. Wetting dynamics of hydrophobic and structured surfaces: Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, USA: April [Philip Earis;]. Wetting and de-wetting of structured and imprinted surfaces has been theoretically studied by Lipowsky et al.

A theoretical study regarding the influence of surface roughness on. Wetting Dynamics of Hydrophobic and Structured Surfaces recipe for low hysteresis hydrophobic surfaces a common view nor one that a student of wetting would be taught from any text-book or.

We report on the wetting dynamics of a μL deionized (DI) water droplet impinging on microtextured aluminum (Al ) surfaces, including microhole arrays (hole diameter μm and hole depth μm) fabricated using a conventional microcomputer numerically controlled (μ-CNC) milling machine.

This study examines the influence of the texture area fraction ϕs and drop impact velocity on. Wetting dynamics on lyophilic solid surfaces patterned by lyophobic islands. Abstract. A theory for wetting of structured solid surfaces is developed, based on the delta-comb periodic potential.

It possesses two matching parameters: the effective line tension and the friction coefficient on the three-phase contact line at the surface. Cited by: 5. Faraday Discussions (), (Wetting Dynamics of Hydrophobic and Structured Surfaces), CODEN: FDISE6; ISSN: (Royal Society of Chemistry) We present an investigation of the change in wettability of water droplets on 3 different flat, smooth substrates with an elevation in by: 3.

Superhydrophobic surfaces (water contact angles higher than a) can only be achieved by a combination of hydrophobicity (low surface energy materials) with appropriate surface texture. In nature one can find an array of impressive and elegant examples of superhydrophobic surfaces.

For example, on a lotus leaf rain drops bounce off after impact,Book Edition: 1st Edition. Superhydrophobic surfaces (water contact angles higher than º) can only be achieved by a combination of hydrophobicity (low surface energy materials) with appropriate surface texture.

In nature one can find an array of impressive and elegant examples of superhydrophobic surfaces. For example. Wetting Rough surfaces Wenzel equation Cassie–Baxter equation Wettability Wetting dynamics analysis on wetting behavior of hierarchical structured superhydrophobic surfaces.

Langmuir – CrossRef Google droplets shapes as design criteria for rough hydrophobic surfaces. Langmuir – CrossRef Google Cited by: 2. The reliability of the printing procedure was evaluated for uniform micro-structured all over the surfaces at P and P A wettability test was carried out revealing hydrophobic surface for all the samples.

Besides, three-dimensional VOF simulations were applied to predict water droplet angles on the structured by: 3. Abstract. The structure, wetting behavior and spreading dynamics of small polymer melt droplets sitting on flat solid substrates is studied by Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics computer simulation, using a coarse-grained bead-spring model of flexible by: 2.

Lee, Jung Shin, Kim, Yong Hyun, Choi, Won Jae, and Lee, Joon Sang. "Hydrophobicity of Hierarchical Structured Super-Hydrophobic Surfaces With the Secondary Pillars: A Lattice Boltzmann Method With High-Density Ratio." Proceedings of the ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Author: Jung Shin Lee, Yong Hyun Kim, Won Jae Choi, Joon Sang Lee.

Remodeling of Super-hydrophobic SurfacesCited by: 5. Ultrahydrophobic (or superhydrophobic) surfaces are highly hydrophobic, i.e., extremely difficult to contact angles of a water droplet on an ultrahydrophobic material exceed °.

This is also referred to as the lotus effect, after the superhydrophobic leaves of the lotus plant. A droplet striking these kinds of surfaces can fully rebound like an elastic ball, or pancake.

This volume chronicles the proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Contact Angle, Wettability and Adhesion held in Providence, Rhode Island, MayThis volume contains a total of 25 papers covering myriad aspects of contact angle and wettability.

This book is divided into three parts: General Papers; Contact Angle. Advancing, receding and vibrated contact angles on rough hydrophobic surfaces 9.

Dynamic evolution of contact angle on solid substrates during evaporation The concept, characterization, concerns and consequences of contact angles in solid-liquid-liquid systems A thermodynamic model for wetting free energies of solids from contact angles It is well known that nano- and micro-roughness drastically influence the wetting behavior of surfaces.

Influence of chemistry on wetting dynamics of nanotextured hydrophobic surfaces. Langmuir26, – Dual-scale topography of O 2 plasma-treated micro-structured SU-8 surfaces (SEM image). Reproduced with Cited by: 1. Equilibrium morphologies and effective spring constants of capillary bridges between structured surfaces H.

Kusumaatmaja * and R. Lipowsky Langm (). Drop dynamics on hydrophobic and superhydrophobic surfaces B. Mognetti, H. Kusumaatmaja and J. Yeomans Faraday Discussions().

By way of equilibrium and non-equilibrium molecular dynamics simulations, wetting on nano-structured surfaces and liquid flow in nano-channels with structured surfaces are simulated.

The surfaces show dual effects on the boundary slip and friction of the liquid flow in : Min Chen, Bing-Yang Cao, Zeng-Yuan Guo. @article{osti_, title = {Simultaneous droplet impingement dynamics and heat transfer on nano-structured surfaces}, author = {Shen, Jian and Graber, Christof and Liburdy, James and Pence, Deborah and Narayanan, Vinod}, abstractNote = {This study examines the hydrodynamics and temperature characteristics of distilled deionized water droplets impinging on smooth and nano-structured.

Reducing the contact time of a water droplet on non-wetting surfaces has great potential in the areas of self-cleaning and anti-icing, and gradually develops into a hot issue in the field of wettability surfaces.

However, the existing literature on dynamic behavior of water drops impacting on superhydrophobic surfaces with various structural shapes is : Zhongxu Lian, Jinkai Xu, Wanfei Ren, Zuobin Wang, Huadong Yu. "Experimental Studies on Evaporation Kinetics and Wetting Dynamics of Nanofluid Droplets on Superhydrophobic Surfaces of Micro-Post Patterns", Journal of.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Contact Angle, Wettability and Adhesion Vol. 3 by K. Mittal (, Hardcover) at the best online prices.

Chavan, D. Park, N. Singla, N. Miljkovic, “Individual Water Droplet Freezing Dynamics on Non-Wetting Surfaces,” Proceedings of the Micro and Nanoscale Phase Change Heat Transfer Gordon Research Conference – The Role of Surface Structures, Galveston, TX, JanuaryEvans DF, McGuiggan P, Ninham BW, Pashley RM ().

ATTRACTIVE FORCES BETWEEN UNCHARGED HYDROPHOBIC SURFACES - DIRECT MEASUREMENTS IN AQUEOUS-SOLUTION. Science. McGuiggan P, Rosenthal S, Nagle D (). Wetting of Reduced TiO2 Surfaces: Response to Visible and Ultraviolet Irradiation. Langmuir.

“Biotemplated Hierarchical Surfaces and the Role of Dual Length Scales on the Repellency of Impacting Droplets,” Applied Physics Letters, (26),J Intermolecular and Surface Forces describes the role of various intermolecular and interparticle forces in determining the properties of simple systems such as gases, liquids and solids, with a special focus on more complex colloidal, polymeric and biological systems.

The book provides a thorough foundation in theories and concepts of intermolecular forces, allowing researchers and students to.

Wetting of regularly structured substrates M. Brinkmann Max-Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization Bunsenstra D Göttingen, Germany Despite the enormous amount of literature published on superhydrophobicity, the wetting of non-flat, moderately hydrophilic surfaces is.

@article{osti_, title = {Numerical study of the effects of surface topography and chemistry on the wetting transition using the string method}, author = {Zhang, Yanan and Ren, Weiqing and Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore }, abstractNote = {Droplets on a solid surface patterned with microstructures can exhibit the composite Cassie-Baxter (CB) state or the wetted.

Friction reduction in microchannel flows can help alleviate the inherently taxing pumping power requirements associated with the dimensions involved. One possible way of achieving friction reduction is through the introduction of surface microtexturing that can lead to a superhydrophobic Cassie-Baxter state.

The Cassie-Baxter state is characterized by the presence of air pockets within Cited by: Figure 1 1. Contact angles () for non wetting droplet (A) through highly wetting droplet(C).

Traditionally surfaces with a 0 0 contact angle are referred to as fully wetting, between 0 o and 90 o as partially wetting and greater than 90 o as non wetting or hydrophobic surfaces.

Surface wetting – The relationship between surface wetting and adhesion is the first factor to be considered in designing a coating to optimize adhesion. If a coating in a liquid state does not spread spontaneously over the substrate surface, then there is limited opportunity to form mechanical and chemical bonds with the substrate surface.

Heterogeneous nucleation is the preferential means of formation of a new phase. Gas and vapor nucleation in fluids under confinement or at textured surfaces is central for many phenomena of technological relevance, such as bubble release, cavitation, and biological growth.

Understanding and developing quantitative models for nucleation is the key to control how bubbles are formed and to Cited by: This volume chronicles the proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Contact Angle, Wettability and Adhesion held in Providence, Rhode Island, May 20aEURO"23, This symposium was held to provide a forum to update and consolidate the research activity on this topic.

The world of wettability is very wide as it plays an extremely important role in a legion of technological areas. This book is a summary of the state of the art concerning the development and use of micro/nano-technologies for the design of synthetic liquid repellent surfaces with a particular focus on super-omniphobic materials.

It proposes a comprehensive understanding of the physical mechanisms involved in the wetting of these surfaces and reviews.

2. Wetting of natural impregnated surfaces. Lubrication of solid rough and flat pre-wetted surfaces is ubiquitous in nature.

Cartilage integrity, for example, is impossible without lubrication [].In this case, lubricin (a surface-active mucinous glycoprotein secreted in the synovial joint) is used as a lubricating agent providing a coefficient of friction (μ) on the order of approximately 0 Cited by: 4. Super Hydrophobic Surfaces - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free.Enter search terms.

Keep search filters New search. Advanced search.This review focuses on papers published since on the topic of the properties of solutes in water. More specifically, it evaluates the state of the art of our understanding of the complex relationship between the shape of a hydrophobe and the hydrophobic effect.

To highlight this, we present a selection of references covering both empirical and molecular dynamics studies of small Cited by: