Interfacial dynamics and rheology of a crude-oil droplet oscillating in water at high frequency

Abstract : We report investigations of a pendant diluted crude-oil droplet in water that is forced to oscillate at a frequency ω. The droplet interface contains a significant amount of surface-active agents and displays a marked viscoelastic rheology with elastic moduli larger than viscous ones. At low frequency, fluid viscosity and inertia are negligible, which allows a direct determination of the dilatational interface rheology. At large frequency, eigenmodes of inertial shape oscillations are excited. By decomposing the interface shape into spherical harmonics, the resonance curves of the inertial modes of the interface are determined, as well the frequency and damping rate of each mode. These two parameters are of major importance for the prediction of the deformation 1
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Nicolas Chebel, Antoine Piedfert, Benjamin Lalanne, Christine Dalmazzone, Christine Noïk, et al.. Interfacial dynamics and rheology of a crude-oil droplet oscillating in water at high frequency. Langmuir, American Chemical Society, 2019, 35 (29), pp.9441-9455. ⟨10.1021/acs.langmuir.9b01594⟩. ⟨hal-02296750⟩

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