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"Wettability and Interfacial Phenomena: Implications for Material Processing" ed. by Rita Khanna
ITExLi | 2019 | ISBN: 1838805397 9781838805395 1838805389 9781838805388 | 140 pages | PDF | 27 MB
This book presents a collection of eight chapters on nanoscale wetting phenomena, oil extraction from reservoir rocks, the role of coatings, particle morphology, surface roughness and viscosity in metal processing, and practical applications of superhydrophobic behaviour in cell culturing, isolation, anti-icing, anti-reflective and anti-corrosion coatings in the transportation and optical devices fields.
Wettability at the solid/liquid interface, its dynamics, tunability, the influence of operating parameters, surface and interfacial phenomena play an increasingly significant role in a wide variety of applications, for example, material processing, nanotechnology, oil recovery, oil spills, chemical leaching, water management, and disease transmission. Although a mature field, it is experiencing dramatic developments on several fronts with emerging applications in new fields.
1.Introductory Chapter: Factors Influencing the Wettability of Nanomaterials
2.On the Friction of Oil-Impregnated Sintered Bearings
3.Understanding Wettability through Zeta Potential Measurements
4.Wetting of Al Alloys for Hot Dipping Coating Process
5.Influence of Al2O3 Processing on the Microtexture and Morphology of Mold Steel: Hydrophilic-to-Hydrophobic Transition
6.Interfacial Phenomena in the Synthesis Process of Barium Sulfate Particles Precipitated in a Lobed Inner Cylinder Taylor-Couette Flow Reactor: Effects of Fluid Dynamics
7.Dependence of Surface Tension and Viscosity on Temperature in Multicomponent Alloys
8.Natural and Artificial Superwettable Surfaces-Superficial Phenomena: An Extreme Wettability Scenario
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