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Speaker:Ping Lin, Professor, University of Dundee
Date:Dec 20, 2021
Location:Tencent Meeting, ID:214 117 309
Sponsor:School of Mathematics, Shandong University
We will first show how to develop a thermodynamically consistent phase field model for the binary incompressible (quasi-incompressible) fluid, which allows for different properties (densities, viscosities and heat conductivities) of each fluid component. We then derive a phase-field model for a variable density moving contact line problem and apply the idea to model vesicle motions and deformations through a narrowed channel. Energy law preserving computational methods are developed for these models. A few computational examples including vesicle-wall and multi-vesicle interactions will also be presented.
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