2010-Rotation of Polar Liquid Films 2010-Rotation of Polar Liquid Films

  • Introduction

In a two-dimensional cell used for electrolysis of water films, one can electrically induce a hydrodynamic rotation. It is a project in collaboration with Condensed Matter Group (Dr. M. Reza Ejtehadi) at Physics department of Sharif University of Technology.

This research concerning a novel mechanism of Fluid film rotation.

 

  • Publication

R. Shirsavar, A. Amjadi, A.Tonddast-Navae and M.R. Ejtehadi,

 

  • Downloads

Movie#1

The movie shows the benzonitrile film rotation before and after rotation. The film rotate at V=40V and E=50kV/m. The rotation angular velocity in the center of the rotion is maximum.

Electrolysis cell dimensions: A circular frame with radius 3.5mm

 

Movie#2

The movie shows 1,3-Bromofluorobenzene suspended film rotation at V=50V and E=500kV/m. The rotation angular velocity in the center of the rotation is no longer the maximum value.

Electrolysis cell dimensions: A circular frame with radius 3.5mm