Theory and numerical simulation of droplet dynamics in complex flows--a review

Lab on a Chip
Vittorio Cristini, Yung-Chieh Tan


We review theoretical and numerical studies and methods for droplet deformation, breakup and coalescence in flows relevant to the design of micro channels for droplet generation and manipulation.


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