Surface Waves and Instabilities in Plane Charged Interfaces
Besides the Coulomb force, exerted by an electric field on free charge injected into liquid dielectrics, there is another mechanism of EHD motion caused by surface interface electric tensions. So this type of electroconvection arises when a liquid is in contact with air or with other inmiscible liquids.
KeywordsFree Surface Small Oscillation Charged Interface Dielectric Liquid Conductive Liquid
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