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Title:The oscillating donut
Author(s):Chan, Fan Kiat
Subject(s):Mechanical Science and Engineering
Abstract:An oscillating body in a viscous incompressible fluid induces a second-order rectified fluid mechanism, viscous streaming, that lives on much larger time scales in comparison to that of oscillations. This phenomena often elicit interesting steady streaming flow fields. One such case as presented is the flow field resulting from an oscillating torus which artistically happens to resemble that of chaotic attractors. Through a good understanding of how different oscillatory body shapes affect the flow field around it, this fluid mechanism can be leveraged for particle manipulation applications ranging from mixing and separation to drug delivery tasks as well as for self-propulsion of swimming bodies.
Issue Date:2019
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URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/103751
Rights Information:Copyright 2019 Fan Kiat Chan
Date Available in IDEALS:2019-05-07


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