Thu June 14th 2012
16:00
HR Z109
Journal Club How to remove a slug from a capillary tube ?
Antonin Eddi

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The authors propose an experimental scheme to remove a slug from a capillary tube immersed in a liquid bath. They perform experiments varying the wetting conditions, and they use surfactants to set the slug in motion. The final part of the motion at the tip of the capillary, the "capillary extraction", is studied in details. The authors propose simple modelling of their observations.




K. Piroird, C. Clanet and D. Quéré, Soft Matter (2011), 7, 7498.

K. Piroird, C. Clanet and D. Quéré, Langmuir (2011), 27, pp 9396-9402
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