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Hydrogels have attracted the attention of growing fields such as tissue engineering because of their unique characteristics such as biocompatibility with several cell types and tunable properties. In our study, we selected poly N- Isopropylacrylamide (pNIPAM) based hydrogel as this material has...
Simulating Polymer Drag Reduction Using a Modified Mixing Length in Zero Pressure Gradient Boundary LayersDownload
It is known that a small concentration of polymer introduced to the boundary layer can produce significant drag reduction for liquid flows. This effect has been studied extensively for internal flow and polymer injection in external flow, though much is still unknown about the underlying...