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Название: Interfacial Convection in Multilayer Systems (Springer Monographs in Mathematics)
Авторы: Nepomnyashchy A., Simanovskii I., Legros J.
The interfacial convection in multilayer systems is a widespread phenomenon that
is of great importance in numerous branches of technology, including chemical
engineering, space technologies, coating, etc.
The most well-known modern engineering technique that requires an investigation
of the interfacial convection in systems with many interfaces is the liquid
encapsulation crystal growth technique (Johnson, 1975; Georis and Legros, 1996) ´
used in space lab missions. It is known that time-dependent thermocapillary convection
leads to solute segregation and, hence, to striation in crystals (Eyer et al.,
1985). The liquid encapsulation technique allows one to reduce significantly the
convection and to grow high-quality, striation-free crystals by putting the melt
between the fluid layers (Eyer and Leiste, 1985).