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2021

Capobianchi, Paolo and Lappa, Marcello (2021) Particle accumulation structures in a 5 cSt silicone oil liquid bridge : new data for the preparation of the JEREMI experiment. Microgravity Science and Technology, 33. 31. ISSN 1875-0494

Frank, M. and Lappa, M. and Capobianchi, P. (2021) Investigation of thermocapillary migration of nano-droplets using molecular dynamics. Physics of Fluids. ISSN 1070-6631 (In Press)

Capobianchi, Paolo and Lappa, Marcello (2021) On the influence of gravity on particle accumulation structures in high aspect-ratio liquid bridges. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 908. A29. ISSN 0022-1120

Capobianchi, Paolo and Lappa, Marcello and Oliveira, Mónica and Pinho, Fernando (2021) Shear rheology of a dilute emulsion of ferrofluid droplets dispersed in a non-magnetizable carrier fluid under the influence of a uniform magnetic field. Working paper. arXiv.org, Ithaca, N.Y..

2020

Capobianchi, Paolo and Lappa, Marcello (2020) Particle accumulation structures in non-cylindrical liquid bridges under microgravity conditions. Physical Review Fluids, 5 (8). 084304. ISSN 2469-990X

2019

Capobianchi, Paolo and T. Pinho, Fernando and Lappa, Marcello and Oliveira, Mónica S. N. (2019) Thermocapillary motion of a Newtonian drop in a dilute viscoelastic fluid. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 270. pp. 8-22. ISSN 0377-0257

2018

Capobianchi, Paolo and Lappa, Marcello and Oliveira, Mónica S. N. (2018) Deformation of a ferrofluid droplet in a simple shear flow under the effect of a constant magnetic field. Computers and Fluids, 173. pp. 313-323. ISSN 0045-7930

Capobianchi, Paolo and Lappa, Marcello and Oliveira, Mónica S. N.; Nóbrega, João and Jasak, Hrvoje, eds. (2018) Implementation of a flexible and modular multiphase framework for the analysis of surface-tension-driven flows based on a LS-VOF approach. In: OpenFOAM®. Springer, PRT, pp. 1-14. ISBN 9783319608457

2017

Capobianchi, Paolo and Lappa, Marcello and Oliveira, Monica (2017) Walls and domain shape effects on the thermal marangoni migration of three-dimensional droplets. Physics of Fluids, 29 (11). 112102. ISSN 1070-6631

Capobianchi, Paolo and Lappa, Marcello and Oliveira, Mónica S. N.; (2017) Numerical simulations of the thermocapillary migration of a deformable Newtonian droplet in an Oldroyd-B matrix fluid in stokes flow conditions. In: 30th Scottish Fluid Mechanics Meeting. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. ISBN 9781527209725

Capobianchi, Paolo and Lappa, Marcello and Oliveira, Monica; Co, Albert, ed. (2017) Thermal Marangoni migration of droplets in an Oldroyd-B fluid under creeping flow conditions. In: The Society of Rheology. University of Maine, Orono, ME..

2016

Capobianchi, Paolo and Lappa, Marcello and Oliveira, Monica; (2016) Development of a multiphase solver for numerical simulations of thermally driven marangoni flows. In: The 29th Scottish Fluid Mechanics Meeting, Book of Abstracts. University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK, p. 15.

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