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Field-Induced Self-Assembled Ferrofluid Aggregation in Pulsatile Flow
(AIP Publishing, 2005-09-01)
Ferrofluid aggregation and dispersion occurs at several length scales in pulsatile flow applications, e. g., in ferrofluidic pumps, valves, and biomedical applications such as magnetic drug targeting. Because of a yet ...
A Strategy for the Assembly of Three-Dimensional Mesoscopic Structures Using a Ferrofluid
(AIP Publishing, 2005-05-01)
A novel technique for the self-assembly of three-dimensional mesoscopic structures in a forced fluid flow by employing a magnetic field is described. There are advantages of using magnetic fields for this purpose: unlike ...
Stability of relative equilibria of three vortices
(American Institute of Physics, 2009-09-01)
Three point vortices on the unbounded plane have relative equilibria wherein the vortices either form an equilateral triangle or are collinear. While the stability analysis of the equilateral triangle configurations is ...