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    • Noncoalescence in the Oblique Collision of Fluid Jets 

      Wadhwa, Navish; Vlachos, Pavlos P.; Jung, Sunghwan (American Physical Society, 2013-03-20)
      When two jets of fluid collide, they can "bounce'' off each other, due to a thin film of air which keeps them separated. We describe the phenomenon of stable noncoalescence between two jets of the same fluid, colliding ...
    • Paramecium swimming in capillary tube 

      Jana, S.; Um, S. H.; Jung, S. (American Institute of Physics, 2012-04-01)
      Swimming organisms in their natural habitat need to navigate through a wide range of geometries and chemical environments. Interaction with boundaries in such situations is ubiquitous and can significantly modify the ...
    • The Three-Dimensional Interaction of a Vortex Pair with a Wall 

      Luton, J. A.; Ragab, Saad A. (AIP Publishing, 1997-10-01)
      The interaction of vortices passing near a solid surface has been examined using direct numerical simulation. The configuration studied is a counter-rotating vortex pair approaching a wall in an otherwise quiescent fluid. ...