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The Marangoni effect is the flow of fluid caused by a gradient in surface tension [1]. Fluid flows from a region with low surface tension to a region with high surface tension as seen clearly in the following video:
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The Marangoni effect is the flow of fluid caused by a gradient in surface tension [1,2]. Fluid flows from a region with low surface tension to a region with high surface tension as seen clearly in the following video:
 
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[http://www.doflick.com/ViewVideo.aspx?t=0&vId=192  Video of the Marangoni Effect]
 
[http://www.doflick.com/ViewVideo.aspx?t=0&vId=192  Video of the Marangoni Effect]
  

Revision as of 22:00, 14 November 2009

Definition

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The Marangoni effect is the flow of fluid caused by a gradient in surface tension [1,2]. Fluid flows from a region with low surface tension to a region with high surface tension as seen clearly in the following video: Video of the Marangoni Effect

References

[1] Velarde, Manuel, "Drops, Liquid Layers and the Marangoni Effect," Philosophical Transactions: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 356 829-844 (1998).

[2] Mei, C., "Lecture 4: Marangoni flows," Fluid Dynamics Lecture Notes (May 5, 2004).