POWER-LAW EXPONENTS FOR A SPREADING FRONT AND GROWING INTERFACE IN AN IRREVERSIBLE WETTING
Physics and Astronomy
Using computer simulations, the power-law behavior of the interface growth of a spreading fluid is studied in a two-dimensional lattice model. The interface width exponent v and the dynamical exponent k for the evolution of the front are consistent with their dynamical scaling relation. The magnitude of these exponents seems to depend upon the nature of the substrate and the concentration of the carriers of the wetting fluid.
PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS
Pandey, R. B.
(1990). POWER-LAW EXPONENTS FOR A SPREADING FRONT AND GROWING INTERFACE IN AN IRREVERSIBLE WETTING. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 65(27), 3413-3416.
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