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Lindner, Anke (1971-....).

Overview
Works: 35 works in 40 publications in 2 languages and 48 library holdings
Roles: Other, Thesis advisor, Opponent, Author
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Most widely held works by Anke Lindner
L'INSTABILITE DE SAFFMAN-TAYLOR DANS LES FLUIDES COMPLEXES : RELATION ENTRE LES PROPRIETES RHEOLOGIQUES ET LA FORMATION DE MOTIFS by ANKE LINDNER( Book )

2 editions published in 2000 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

AU COURS DE CETTE THESE, NOUS AVONS EFFECTUE UNE ETUDE DE L'INSTABILITE DE SAFFMAN-TAYLOR DANS DES FLUIDES COMPLEXES. EN PARTICULIER, NOUS AVONS MENE UNE ETUDE SYSTEMATIQUE DE LA RELATION ENTRE LES PROPRIETES RHEOLOGIQUES DE FLUIDES NON-NEWTONIENS ET LA FORMATION DE MOTIFS, EN CELLULE DE HELE-SHAW. POUR CELA, NOUS AVONS UTILISE DES FLUIDES MODELES NE POSSEDANT CHACUN ESSENTIELLEMENT QU'UNE SEULE PROPRIETE NON-NEWTONIENNE. UNE ETUDE RHEOLOGIQUE A MONTRE QUE LA PROPRIETE DOMINANTE D'UNE SOLUTION DU POLYMERE RIGIDE XANTHANE EST LA VISCOSITE RHEOFLUIDIFIANTE, QU'UNE SOLUTION DU POLYMERE FLEXIBLE PEO MONTRE DES EFFETS ELASTIQUES, NOTAMMENT UNE CONTRAINTE NORMALE ELEVEE, ET QU'UN GEL DE POLYMERES POSSEDE UN SEUIL D'ECOULEMENT. POUR DES FLUIDES CLASSIQUES, LA LARGEUR RELATIVE DES DOIGTS DE SAFFMAN-TAYLOR EST DETERMINEE PAR LE RAPPORT ENTRE LES FORCES VISQUEUSES ET LES FORCES CAPILLAIRES. DANS LE CAS D'UN FLUIDE RHEOFLUIDIFIANT, LES FORCES VISQUEUSES SONT MODIFIEES CE QUI ENTRAINE UN AMINCISSEMENT DES DOIGTS PAR RAPPORT AUX RESULTATS CLASSIQUES. LA MODIFICATION DES CONTRAINTES VISQUEUSES PAR UN SEUIL D'ECOULEMENT MENE A DES STRUCTURES TRES RAMIFIEES AVEC UNE LARGEUR CARACTERISTIQUE DE DOIGTS, FONCTION DE CE SEUIL. POUR UN FLUIDE ELASTIQUE, LA CONTRAINTE NORMALE EXERCE UNE PRESSION SUPPLEMENTAIRE SUR LE DOIGT QUI S'AJOUTE AUX FORCES CAPILLAIRES ET QUI ENTRAINE UN ELARGISSEMENT DES DOIGTS. NOUS PENSONS QUE LA CONNAISSANCE DES EFFETS SUR L'INSTABILITE DE SAFFMAN-TAYLOR DE CHACUNE DE CES PROPRIETES, CONSIDEREE SEPAREMENT, CONSTITUE UNE BASE POUR L'ETUDE DE L'INSTABILITE DANS DES FLUIDES PLUS COMPLEXES. CES PROPRIETES ETUDIEES SONT EN EFFET PARMI LES PROPRIETES NON-NEWTONIENNES LES PLUS COURANTES, CE QUI DEVRAIT PERMETTRE DE COMPRENDRE L'INSTABILITE DANS DES FLUIDES PRESENTANT SIMULTANEMENT PLUSIEURS DE CES PROPRIETES NON-NEWTONIENNES
Décollement de matériaux viscoélastiques : du liquide visqueux au solide élastique by Julia Nase( Book )

2 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dans le cadre de cette thèse expérimentale, nous étudions le décollement en géométrie de probe tack lors de la transition d'un liquide visqueux vers un solide élastique mou. Notre système modèle (du PDMS à différents degrés de réticulation) assure une transition continue entre ces classes de matériaux. Au début du décollement, une instabilité de digitation avec une longueur d'onde caractéristique apparaît. Pour une huile newtonienne nous expliquons le coarsening des structures par analyse de stabilité linéaire. Pour des propriétés du liquide jusqu'au solide, nous identifions des mécanismes volumiques ou interfaciaux et analysons quantitativement leur longueur d'onde initiale respective. Nous montrons que le mécanisme de décollement est déterminé par la viscoélasticité linéaire et des propriétés de surface. Au cas interfacial, nous expliquons la dépendance en vitesse de l'énergie d'adhésion par des propriétés volumiques et confirmons ainsi une loi empirique. En adaptant une technique 3D récente, nous visualisons in situ la ligne de contact entre le matériau viscoélastique et le substrat rigide, offrant ainsi un accès direct aux conditions aux limites
Dynamique et instabiblités des interfaces grains / fluide dans les suspensions non-Browniennes by Christophe Chevalier( Book )

2 editions published in 2006 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This thesis studies the dynamical properties of interfaces or free-surfaces within or bounding granular suspensions. We propose to investigate experimentally these properties by injecting a pure fluid into an isodense granular suspension confined in a Hele-Shaw cell. For grain fractions below 50%, air injection yields patterns that are visually identical to Saffman-Taylor viscous fingering. However, the width selection and the stability of the fingers are modified and we demonstrate that these modifications do not follow from considering the suspension as a homogeneous fluid with renormalized viscosity. For higher grain fractions, we obtain a weakly consolidated porous media. When either air or suspending fluid is injected, there are then two mechanisms of flow of the pure fluids: through the fixed granular structure or by mobilising this structure. This leads to structures without grains whose width is larger than the pore size
Single and collective fiber dynamics in confined microflows by Hélène Berthet( Book )

2 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cette thèse porte sur le transport de fibres isolées et de suspensions de fibres dans des géométries microfluidiques. L'utilisation de fibres dans les fluides de forage et ciments pour réduire les pertes de circulation dans les puits de pétrole est à l'origine de cette collaboration entre Schlumberger et l'ESPCI-PMMH. Dans ce contexte industriel où les fibres interagissent avec les roches frontières du puits et des fractures, il est nécessaire de comprendre le rôle de la géométrie des fibres, leurs propriétés mécaniques et leur concentration, ainsi que la géométrie d'écoulement. Nous avons créé un système microfluidique modèle qui intègre dans la même expérience la fabrication et la mise en écoulement de fibres, implémentant deux techniques différentes. Ce système nous permet d'étudier indépendamment l'effet de tous les paramètres d'écoulement. Nous proposons une méthode de mesure in situ des propriétés mécaniques des fibres. Nous étudions expérimentalement et numériquement le transport de fibres isolées dans un écoulement de Darcy, en fonction de l'orientation et du confinement de la fibre. Lorsque la largeur du canal microfluidique diminue, des interactions entre la fibre et les bords latéraux du canal apparaissent. Elles mènent à un mouvement oscillatoire et régulier de la fibre entre les bords dont nous étudions la dynamique. Nous nous intéressons enfin aux effets collectifs de fibres en suspensions qui s'écoulent à travers une restriction. Nous étudions en particulier le rôle joué par leur orientation sur le blocage des restrictions, et la formation de flocs en amont de celles-ci
Déformation et transport d'un filament élastique dans un écoulement cellulaire visqueux by Nawal Quennouz( Book )

2 editions published in 2013 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ce travail porte sur l'étude de la déformation et le transport d'un filament élastique dans un écoulement cellulaire visqueux. Pour cette étude nous avons utilisé un système expérimental modèle simple constitué d'un filament élastique centimétrique de géométrie et d'élasticité contrôlées et d'un écoulement constitué d'un réseau de points de stagnation. Dans un premier temps, nous avons caractérisé l'instabilité de flambage du filament à l'approche d'un point de stagnation. Nous avons ainsi montré que cette instabilité est contrôlée par le nombre élasto-visqueux Sp qui compare l'intensité relative des forces visqueuses qui tendent à déformer le filament et des forces élastiques qui cherchent à le maintenir droit. Nous avons ensuite mis en évidence que les paramètres liés à la dynamique de la fibre évoluant librement à la surface de l'écoulement sont des paramètres cruciaux déterminant si le filament flambe ou pas à l'approche d'un point de stagnation. Cette analyse s'est aussi appuyée sur des simulations numériques modélisant le même système en collaboration avec Michael Shelley. La caractérisation de ces différents paramètres et de leur influence sur l'instabilité de flambage permet ainsi la prédiction de l'existence ou non d'un évènement de flambage à partir du nombre élasto-visqueux Sp et des paramètres dynamiques du filament. Enfin nous nous sommes intéressés à la manière dont la déformation du filament et sa taille influent sur ses propriétés de transport
Moussage des fluides complexes : dynamique de la formation des bulles dans des fluides à seuil en géométries confinées by Benoît Laborie( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

We study the formation of bubbles inside yield stress fluids (liquid when the applied stress is above the yield stress, and solid otherwise) using mill fluidic geometries (T-junctions, flow focusing devices) made of axisymmetric channels, and manufactured by stereo lithography. We show that dispersing bubbles in simple yield stress fluids (concentrated emulsions, and carbopol gels) is possible by taking advantage of the yield stress over the capillary stress, and due to the squeezing of the gas thread by the core of the yield stress fluid flow at imposed flow rate. The observed behaviour is reminiscent of the geometrical operating regime in 2D flow-focusing devices for Newtonian fluids. We investigate the different operating regimes that occur when the yield stress fluid flow rate and the gas pressure are imposed. We report that, for these inlet conditions the production is unsteady, which comes from the hydrodynamic feedback induced by the formation of each bubble on the gas flow rate. The regime eventually breaks down when all bubbles coalesce. This is due to the transfer between the liquid plugs separating each bubble and the thin film located on the channel wall. Thus, we study the deposition of yield stress fluid on the wall of capillary tubes. Indeed, this often occurs for yield stress fluids flowing in confined geometries on smooth surfaces. The results with no-slip are well described by a classical scaling law (internal stresses balanced by capillary pressure gradient). When there is wall slip, we show that there are three regimes that depend on the stress state of the system, and set the bubbles' shape observed for unsteady regimes. Finally, different regulation methods (pressure, pulsated flows) allow to obtain steady regimes. They are characterized (gas volume fraction, bubble formation time) and we show that they allow to obtain yield stress fluid foams. Thus, identifying pathways for potential steady-state controlled production of aerated yield stress fluids at large scale
Debonding energy of PDMS A new analysis of a classic adhesion scenario by Julia Nase( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Secondary flows of viscoelastic fluids in serpentine microchannels by Lucie Ducloué( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nage de suspensions actives en milieu complexe by Marvin Brun-Cosme-Bruny( )

1 edition published in 2019 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The active suspensions are defined as assemblies of self-propelled particles in a fluid. They are composed of a variety of different systems such as bacteria, micro-robots, or planktons. These active systems inspire several scientific communities (Physics, Mechanics, Biology and Mathematics) in order to develop a universal understanding to describe this new state of matter. Providing their own energy for moving in bulk, these systems are often considered as interesting models to answer the questions related to non-equilibrium statistical physics. This thesis aims at understanding the interactions between the motion of particles and its complex environment. The micro-swimmer Chlamydomonas Reinhardtii (CR), chosen as a model of active particles, is studied with several complementary approaches incorporating experiments, theory and numerical simulations. The use of soft lithography as the micro-fabrication technique allows us to create various complex environments made of confinements and networks of micro-pillars. Those environments can disturb the hydrodynamic fields generated by the micro-swimmers. Thus, the presence of obstacles and confinements affects the dynamics of the particles, resulting from steric hindrances coupled with long-range hydrodynamic interactions. In this case, the CR has an evolving diffusivity with confinement, which can be explained by geometric and hydrodynamic arguments. Additionally, phototaxis (repulsion of micro-swimmers by a light source) in a complex medium is also studied. The swimming of the CRs then become entirely ballistic, so that we can study the suspensions' motion through a constriction. Particularly, clogging and faster-is-slower effects are observed in the micro-swimmers, as well as in many other systems (pedestrians, sheeps, mice, numerical simulations, etc...) revealing the significant role of friction between cells
Étude expérimentale des mécanismes d'endommagement par fatigue dans les élastomères renforcés by Luisa Muñoz-Mejia( )

1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In this thesis, we present an experimental study on fatigue crack growth dynamics in a natural rubber filled with silica or carbon black nanoparticles. This work has been developed in an industrial context aiming to transpose the qualities of silica filler on synthetic rubber to natural rubber, which has a strain induced crystallization behavior. The main research objective is to understand the influence of material and test parameters on fatigue fracture of rubber. Crack growth dynamics is followed by video tracking using optical and thermo-graphic cameras. The later allows us to measure the heating build-up of specimens due to cyclic loading. The morphology of rupture surfaces is characterized by post mortem observation (SEM, optical profilometry). The influence of temperature, frequency, kind of filler and filler rate has been studied. Whatever the compound or test conditions, crack growth becomes unstable starting at a certain strain level. This behavior is clearly visible on the curves of tear energy vs. crack growth rate, where two branches of crack velocity appear. In the low velocity branch, the roughness of rupture surfaces is very important because of cavities formation. In the high velocity branch, the morphology of rupture surfaces is characterized by sawtooth striations; their size increase with velocity. We demonstrate that, in contrast with literature data, at least two fatigue cycles are needed to form one striation. The instability occurrence and catastrophic rupture thresholds depend on filler type and test conditions
Adaptation des comportements rhéologiques et mécaniques de formulations de Polydimethylsiloxane pour la fabrication additive d'objets à usage médical by Clément Perrinet( )

1 edition published in 2020 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Silicone 3D printing was a rising challenge in the crafting of prosthesis or other medical devices. The silicone is at the liquid viscous state before its processing. Then, it is chemically cured and gets the mechanical properties of a soft solid. The difficulty in silicone 3D printing lies in the paradox between its rheological properties and its final mechanical properties after curing. More specifically, the ability of a silicone formulation to get a yield stress behavior is connected to its ability to be 3D printed. This observation, developed in this document, is the starting point of the study of each silicone formulations. Therefore, once the formulation is selected, regarding its solid mechanical properties, the challenge is to enhance the yield stress without modifying those mechanical properties or, even, enhancing them. With this in mind, a first approach deals with the printing of human larynx prosthesis from a formulation of silicone filled with silica and the modification of its rheological behavior with polyether additives. In the following parts two methods for 3D printing of objects with a low Young modulus are presented, corresponding to the softer human tissues, by transforming a silicone formulation in emulsion or in soft hydrogel suspension
Étude d'agrégats d'anticorps monoclonaux sous écoulement microfluidique by Charles Duchêne( )

1 edition published in 2018 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The formation of aggregates in solutions of monoclonal antibodies is difficult to prevent. Even if the occurrence of large aggregates is rather rare, their existence can have dramatic effects in injection devices, as they can lead to partial or total clogging of constrictions in the latter. This leads to badly controlled injection or even total obstruction of the device. Little is know on the role of aggregate size and applied pressure on such clogging events. In this thesis, we present a microfluidic model system, mimicking medical injection devices to gain fundamental understanding of the clogging of constrictions of given size. Highly concentrated solutions of monoclonal antibodies allow us to create protein aggregates (bigger than 50 micrometers) using mechanical or heat stress. We show that clogging occurs when aggregates reach the size of the constriction and can in some cases be undone by increasing the applied pressure. The observed possibility to eject aggregates from constrictions via an increase in pressure indicates the important role of protein aggregate deformability, so far completely unexplored. We perform systematic experiments for different relative aggregate size and the applied pressure, and measure the flow-rate. Despite their different shapes and density, we can predict the number of clogging events for a given constriction size by Flow Imaging Microscopy (MFI) measurements. In addition our device can detect the occurrence of very rare big aggregates often overlooked by other detection techniques. With a simple mechanical model where we neglected the friction, we could estimate for the first time an order of magnitude for the Young modulus and a porous diameter for monoclonal antibodies aggregates. We also develop another model experiment with an hyperbolic channel coupled with a flow focusing to observe deformation of the aggregates under extensional flow. We describe their behavior by analyzing their trajectories which are for most of them tumbling and alignment with the flow. Moreover, we develop a mechanical model which took into account the friction force in a controlled model experiment with polymeric solution. We thus investigate the role of a minimal applied pressure to generate the particle movement into the constriction, and then link it with protein aggregates
From molecular architecture and electrostatic interactions to underwater adherence of hydrogels by Francisco Javier Cedano Serrano( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This work attempts to unravel some of the intricacies of the aqueous adhesion of elastic or viscoelastic highly swollen charged polymers. In Part I the first model synthetic system permitted us to successfully link the molecular architecture of the elastic hydrogels, their interfacial charge density and the ionic strength of the medium with the underwater adhesion properties at a macroscopic level using probe-tack experiments and a microscopic level using atomic force microscopy. In Part II we successfully expanded the synthetic elastic system to measure macroscopic adhesion between oppositely charged gelatin-based hydrogels. Finally, in Part III we developed a synthetic and bio-inspired adhesive based on complex coacervation. This novel adhesive system combines the contribution of electrostatic interactions and thermoresponsive domains resulting in a material with promising properties as an injectable viscoelastic adhesive for medical applications
Ecoulements de fluides viscoélastiques en géométries confinées : application à la récupération assistée des hydrocarbures by Julien Beaumont( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The flow of complex fluids in confined geometries is an issue of interest notably in the field of oil recovery. In this work, the fluids are polymer solutions of high molecular weight and surfactant solutions enable to form wormlike micelles. We study the flow in microfluidic devices made-up with Su-8 resin following a protocol that has been set during this PhD. We carried out experiences of oil drainage in porous media and show that shear-thinning and slippage are propoting the fingering during the invasion. our experiences also show that these solutions can be turbulent at low reynods numbers. These instabilities have consequences on the local rheology in a simple straight channel and are source of additional dissipation in more complex geometries
Propagation d'un front de réaction-diffusion dans un écoulement cellulaire multi-échelle by Edouard Beauvier( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The propagation of a reaction-diffusion front is experimentally studied in a multi-scale cellular flow. The front is produced by an autocatalytic chemical reaction in an aqueous solution. The flow is generated by electroconvection and its multi-scale nature is induced by overlaying magnets of different scales. This enables an independent tune of the flow intensity at each scale. The geometry and the mean velocity of the front have been determined over a large range of scale intensities. These features are confirmed by a numerical simulation based on a burnt and fresh domain dynamics, the burnt domain expanding across the fresh one. The effect of the multi-scale nature of the flow on the mean front velocity is recovered by a renormalisation method validated by a collapse of the data onto a single curve
Étude de la formation de fibres en microfluidique : compétition entre mise en forme et gélification de fluides complexes sous écoulement by Oriane Bonhomme( )

1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Cette thèse est consacrée à l'étude en microfluidique de la fabrication de fibres. Les deux étapes critiques sont : - la mise en forme du matériau : nous avons étudié des instabilités qui peuvent se déclencher dans des coécoulements coeur/écorce faisant intervenir des fluides complexes (polymères, suspensions concentrées), celles-ci peuvent empêcher un contrôle de cette étape ; - le figeage de cette forme : nous avons étudié la gélification de l'alginate (un biopolymère formant un gel par l'ajout d'ions calcium) sous écoulement. Nous avons étudié des phénomènes de diffusion-réaction sous écoulement pour comprendre les points de fonctionnement de nos dispositifs. Une fois ces étapes contrôlées, nous nous sommes intéressés à la fabrication des fibres d'alginates fortement chargées en cellules pour l'ingénierie tissulaire
Séchage microfluidique de fluides complexes : champs de concentration, diffusion collective et mesure in situ de contraintes by Anne Bouchaudy( )

1 edition published in 2018 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Etudier le séchage est un moyen original de caractériser les propriétés de fluides complexes. Cette technique permet de concentrer continûment des fluides : d'un état dilué à un état sec. A l'échelle microfluidique, la manipulation, les observations et les processus qui entrent en jeu sont simplifiés. Ce travail de thèse s'attache à décrire le séchage de ces fluides et plus particulièrement le cas de dispersions colloïdales. Ces travaux présentent deux méthodes pour étudier l'extraction du solvant d'un fluide à l'échelle microfluidique : la micropervaporation et la goutte confinée. Ces techniques ont notamment permis de réaliser des estimations précises de coefficients de diffusion collective sur toute la gamme de concentrations pour un mélange eau/glycérol et pour une dispersion colloïdale de nanoparticules de silice chargées. Par ailleurs, le séchage induit des contraintes mécaniques conséquentes. Ces contraintes peuvent générer des déformations importantes, des phénomènes de délamination ou de fracturation du matériau solidifié. Une méthode originale de mesure in situ de contraintes a été mise en place pendant ces travaux. Les mesures réalisées avec une dispersion colloïdale modèle permettent de mettre en évidence expérimentalement l'apparition de contraintes mécaniques au moment de la transition sol/gel de la dispersion. L'augmentation de la contrainte est ensuite associée au séchage d'un gel poroélastique
Microsystèmes pour la génération et la caractérisation de fluides complexes by Maximilien Stoffel( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This thesis focuses on the creation and characterization in situ of complex fluids in confined geometry. The aim is to build systems capable of generating and characterizing complex fluids, such as biphasic dispersions (emulsions, foams), or fluids mixtures.The first part of this thesis focuses on the modeling and implementation of a new microgenerator to create dispersions with a diameter below 10 um and with a coefficient of variation close to 1% (state of the art).Then we fabricated a microrheometer to study the rheology of such fluids. The characterization of this device led us to use several methods of sending controlled fluid (independent control of flow or pressure), and the use of several types of fluids (Newtonian and non-Newtonian) revealed results in line with our theoretical expectations. This study also led us to use a micromixer in order to generate variables viscosities fluid that we measured using microrheometer. This allowed us to quickly check in a high-throughput experience, results obtained by others with conventional fashion published in the literature. The system we have developed will make it extremely useful for the study of the viscosities of dissimilar fluids mixtures, offering a versatile tool in this field of research remains largely empirical.Finally, we realized a new type of microrheometer equipped with an integrated complex fluids generator. Work carried out on this first version have optimized the geometry and define reliable methods of manufacture, which opens exciting prospects in the near future in order to achieve fully integrated systems for the study of different dispersions types
Dynamics of freely transported fibers in confined viscous flows : Role of shape and flexibility by Jean Cappello( )

1 edition published in 2020 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

We study the dynamics of a model system constituted by a fiber freely transported in pressure-driven flows in a Hele-Shaw cell. Fiber height is comparable to channel height and in this confined geometry the fiber transport shows specific characteristics. Due to viscous friction with top and bottom walls transported particles act as moving obstacles and induce strong flow perturbations. These perturbations are at the origin of anisotropic friction forces leading to lateral drift and oscillatory movement between lateral walls. In this work, we ask how the transport dynamics are perturbed when going from an initially straight and rigid particle to a more complex object. Two approaches have been studied here: we add flexibility to the object and focus our investigations on the deformation of perpendicular and parallel fibers during their transport by an external viscous flow. Fibers perpendicular to the flow will bend while parallel fibers can deform in a wavy shape. We show that the bending of the perpendicular fiber is proportional to an elasto-viscous number and we fully characterize the influence of the confinement on the deformation of the fiber. Experiments on parallel flexible fibers reveal the existence of an instability threshold. Complementary, we also choose to change the shape of the fiber by adding an additional arm and forming an L shaped fiber. This induces fiber rotation until a stable equilibrium orientation is reached. Lateral drift is then observed until interaction with side walls becomes important. Tuning the fiber asymmetry allows for a precise control of particle trajectories, including the approach of side walls
Large Strain and Fracture of Multiple Network Elastomers by Pierre Michel Millereau( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Alternative Names
Anke Lindner german physicist

Anke Lindner hulumtuese

Anke Lindner wetenschapper

Languages
French (14)

English (11)