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Old   July 16, 2004, 13:16
Default Taylor deformation rate
Junseok Kim
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Taylor deformation rate D in the three dimensional space with a simple shear flow is

D = (L-B)/(L+B)=35/32Ca in viscosity matched case.

Is there any analogous analysis for two-dimensional space? I need some references.


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