CHARLES CaroleAnn
caroleann.charles
umontpellier.fr
Bureau: 120A, Etg: 1, Bât: 11  Site : Campus Triolet
Domaines de Recherche:  Physique/Physique/Dynamique des Fluides
 Physique/Matière Condensée/Matière Molle
 Physique/Mécanique/Mécanique des fluides

Productions scientifiques :


Viscoelasticity and elastocapillarity effects in the impact of drops on a repellent surface
Auteur(s): Charles C.A., Louhichi A., Ramos L., Ligoure C.
(Article) Publié:
Soft Matter, vol. 17 p.5829 (2021)
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Résumé: We investigate freely expanding viscoelastic sheets. The sheets are produced by the impact of drops on a quartz plate covered with a thin layer of liquid nitrogen that suppresses shear viscous dissipation as a result of the cold Leidenfrost effect. The time evolution of the sheet is simultaneously recorded from top and side views using highspeed cameras. The investigated viscoelastic fluids are Maxwell fluids, which are characterized by low elastic moduli, and relaxation times that vary over almost two orders of magnitude, thus giving access to a large spectrum of viscoelastic and elastocapillary effects. For the purposes of comparison, Newtonian fluids, with viscosity varying over three orders of magnitude, are also investigated. In this study, $d_{\mathrm{max}}$, the maximal expansion of the sheets, and $t_{\mathrm{max}}$ the time to reach this maximal expansion from the time at impact, are measured as a function of the impact velocity. By using a generalized damped harmonic oscillator model, we rationalize the role of capillarity, bulk elasticity and viscous dissipation in the expansion dynamics of all investigated samples. In the model, the spring constant is a combination of the surface tension and the bulk dynamic elastic modulus. The timevarying damping coefficient is associated to biaxial extensional viscous dissipation and is proportional to the dynamic loss modulus. For all samples, we find that the model reproduces accurately the experimental data for $d_{\mathrm{max}}$ and $t_{\mathrm{max}}$.



Spinning elastic beads: a route for simultaneous measurements of the shear modulus and the interfacial energy of soft materials
Auteur(s): Carbonaro A., ChaguaEncarnacion KennedyNexon, Charles C.A., Phou T., Ligoure C., Mora S., Truzzolillo D.
(Article) Publié:
Soft Matter, vol. 16 p.8412  8421 (2020)
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Résumé: Large deformations of soft elastic beads spinning at high angular velocity in a denser background fluid are investigated theoretically, numerically, and experimentally using millimetersize polyacrylamide hydrogel particles introduced in a spinning drop tensiometer. We determine the equilibrium shapes of the beads from the competition between the centrifugal force and the restoring elastic and surface forces. Considering the beads as neoHookean up to large deformations, we show that their elastic modulus and surface energy constant can be simultaneously deduced from their equilibrium shape. Also, our results provide further support to the scenario in which surface energy and surface tension coincide for amorphous polymer gels.



Biaxial extensional viscous dissipation in sheets expansion formed by impact of drops of Newtonian and nonNewtonian fluids
Auteur(s): Louhichi A., Charles C.A., Phou T., Vlassopoulos Dimitris, Ramos L., Ligoure C.
(Article) Publié:
Physical Review Fluids, vol. 5 p.053602 (2020)
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DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevFluids.5.053602
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Résumé: We investigate freely expanding liquid sheets made of either simple Newtonian fluids or solutions of high molecular watersoluble polymer chains. A sheet is produced by the impact of a drop on a quartz plate covered with a thin layer of liquid nitrogen that suppresses shear viscous dissipation thanks to an inverse Leidenfrost effect. The sheet expands radially until reaching a maximum diameter and subsequently recedes. Experiments indicate the presence of two expansion regimes: the capillary regime, where the maximum expansion is controlled by surface tension forces and does not depend on the viscosity, and the viscous regime, where the expansion is reduced with increasing viscosity. In the viscous regime, the sheet expansion for polymeric samples is strongly enhanced as compared to that of Newtonian samples with comparable zeroshear viscosity. We show that data for Newtonian and nonNewtonian fluids collapse on a unique master curve where the maximum expansion factor is plotted against the relevant effective \textit{biaxial extensional} Ohnesorge number that depends on fluid density, surface tension and the biaxial extensional viscosity. For Newtonian fluids, this biaxial extensional viscosity is six times the shear viscosity. By contrast, for the nonNewtonian fluids, a characteristic \textit{Weissenberg number}dependent biaxial extensional viscosity is identified, which is in quantitative agreement with experimental and theoretical results reported in the literature for biaxial extensional flows of polymeric liquids.
