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Isolated inertialess drops cannot break up

  • JENS EGGERS (a1) and MARCO A. FONTELOS (a2) (a3)

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We consider an axisymmetric, freely suspended fluid drop with surface tension, whose viscosity is so large that both inertia and forcing by an external fluid can be ignored. We show that whatever the initial condition, pinchoff can never occur.

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Isolated inertialess drops cannot break up

  • JENS EGGERS (a1) and MARCO A. FONTELOS (a2) (a3)

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