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The effect of surface contamination on the drift instability of standing Faraday waves
Martín Ortega, Elena and Vega de Prada, José Manuel
The effect of surface contamination on the drift instability of standing Faraday waves.
"Journal of Fluid Mechanics", v. 546
We consider the effect of surface contamination, modelled by Marangoni elasticity with insoluble surfactant and surface viscosity, in promoting drift instabilities in spatially uniform standing Faraday waves. It is seen that contamination enhances drift instabilities that lead to various steadily propagating and (both standing and propagating) oscillatory patterns. In particular, steadily propagating waves appear to be quite robust, as a seminal experiment by Douady, Fauve & Thual (1989).
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