We present a mesoscale representation of near-contact interactions between colliding droplets which permits one to reach up to the scale of full microfluidic devices, where such droplets are produced. The method is demonstrated for the case of colliding droplets and the formation of soft flowing crystals in flow-focusing microfluidic devices. This model may open up the possibility of multiscale simulation of microfluidic devices for the production of new droplet and bubble-based mesoscale porous materials.

Montessori, A., Lauricella, M., Tiribocchi, A., & Succi, S. (2019). Modeling pattern formation in soft flowing crystals. PHYSICAL REVIEW FLUIDS, 4(7) [10.1103/PhysRevFluids.4.072201].

Modeling pattern formation in soft flowing crystals

Montessori A.;
2019

Abstract

We present a mesoscale representation of near-contact interactions between colliding droplets which permits one to reach up to the scale of full microfluidic devices, where such droplets are produced. The method is demonstrated for the case of colliding droplets and the formation of soft flowing crystals in flow-focusing microfluidic devices. This model may open up the possibility of multiscale simulation of microfluidic devices for the production of new droplet and bubble-based mesoscale porous materials.
Montessori, A., Lauricella, M., Tiribocchi, A., & Succi, S. (2019). Modeling pattern formation in soft flowing crystals. PHYSICAL REVIEW FLUIDS, 4(7) [10.1103/PhysRevFluids.4.072201].
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