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The JEREMI-project on thermocapillary convection in liquid bridges. Part A : Overview of particle accumulation structures

Kuhlmann, H. C. and Lappa, M. and Melnikov, D. and Mukin, R. and Muldoon, F. H. and Pushkin, D. and Shevtsova, V. and Ueno, I. (2014) The JEREMI-project on thermocapillary convection in liquid bridges. Part A : Overview of particle accumulation structures. Fluid Dynamics and Materials Processing, 10 (1). pp. 1-36. ISSN 1555-2578

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    Abstract

    The rapid accumulation of particles suspended in a thermocapillary liquid bridge is planned to be investigated during the JEREMI experiment on the International Space Station scheduled for 2016. An overview is given of the current status of experimental and numerical investigations of this phenomenon.