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Slip behavior in liquid films on surfaces of patterned wettability: Comparison between continuum and molecular dynamics simulations
Physical Review E
We investigate the behavior of the slip length in Newtonian liquids subject to planar shear bounded by substrates with mixed boundary conditions. The upper wall, consisting of a homogenous surface of finite or vanishing slip, moves at a constant speed parallel to a lower stationary wall, whose surface is patterned with an array of stripes representing alternating regions of no-shear and finite or no-slip. Velocity fields and effective slip lengths are computed both from molecular dynamics (MD)doi:10.1103/physreve.71.041608 pmid:15903683 fatcat:x3vjztjyzbhp7lb3dpdedqthhq