Deegan group
  1. G. Agbaglah, and R.D. Deegan, "Growth and instability of the liquid rim in the crown splash regime", Journal of Fluid Mechanics 752, 485 (2014).
  2. L. V. Zhang, J. Toole, K. Fezzaa, R.D. Deegan, "Splashing from drop impact into a deep pool: multiplicity of jets and the failure of conventional scaling", Journal of Fluid Mechanics 703, 402 (2012).
  3. C. Falcon, J. Bruggemann, M. Pasquali and R. D. Deegan, "Localized structures in vibrated emulsions", Europhysics Letters 98, 24002 (2012).
  4. R. D. Deegan, "Finessing the fracture energy barrier in ballistic
    seed dispersa
    l", Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 20, 5166 (2012).
  5. L. V. Zhang, J. Toole, K. Fezzaa, R.D. Deegan, "Evolution of the ejecta sheet from the impact of a drop with a deep pool", Journal of Fluid Mechanics 690 , 5 (2012). see also Focus on Fluids article
  6. L. V. Zhang, P. Brunet, J. Eggers, & R.D. Deegan, "Wavelength selection in the crown splash", Physics of Fluids 22, 122105 (2010).
  7. T. Epstein & R.D. Deegan, "Strip waves in Vibrated Shear-thickening Worm-Like Micellar Solutions ", Phys. Rev. E. 81, 066310 (2010). See also Kaleidoscope Images
  8. R.D. Deegan, "Stress hysteresis as the cause of persistent holes in particulate suspensions", Phys. Rev. E. 81, 036319 (2010).
  9. P. Brunet, J. Eggers, & R.D. Deegan, "Motion of a drop driven by substrate vibrations", European Physical Journal, 166, 11 (2009) .
  10. R.D. Deegan, P. Brunet, & J. Eggers, "Complexities of splashing", Nonlinearity 21, C1–C11 (2008).
  11. P. Brunet, J. Eggers, & R.D. Deegan, “Vibration-induced climbing drops”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 144501 (2007). see also Research Highlights in Nature
  12. M. Marder, R.D. Deegan, & E. Sharon, “Crumpling, buckling,and cracking: Elasticity of thin sheets”, Physics Today, 60, 33 (2007).
  13. P. Petersan, R.D. Deegan, M. Marder, & H. L. Swinney, “Cracks in rubber under tension exceed the shear wave speed”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 015504 (2004).
  14. F. Merkt, R.D. Deegan, D. Goldman, E. Rericha, & H.L. Swinney, “Persistent holes in a fluid”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 92 184501 (2004).
  15. R.D. Deegan, S. Chheda, L. Patel, M. Marder, H.L. Swinney, J.-h. Kim, & A. de Lozanne,  “Wavy and rough cracks in silicon”  Phys. Rev. E. 67, 66209 (2003).
  16. R.D. Deegan, P. Petersan, M. Marder, & H. L. Swinney, “Oscillating fracture paths in rubberPhys. Rev. Lett. 88,  14304 (2002).
  17. R.D. Deegan, O. Bakajin, T.F. Dupont, G. Huber, S.R. Nagel, & T.A. Witten, “Contact line deposits in an evaporating dropPhys. Rev. E 62, 756 (2000).
  18. R.D. Deegan, “Pattern formation in drying dropsPhys. Rev. E 61, 475 (2000).
  19. R.D. Deegan, R.L. Leheny, N. Menon, S.R. Nagel, & D.C. Venerus, “Dynamic shear modulus of tricresyl phosphate and squalene”, J. Phys. Chem. B 103, 4066 (1999).
  20. R.D. Deegan, O. Bakajin, T.F. Dupont, G.Huber, S.R. Nagel, & T.A. Witten, “Capillary flow as the cause of ring stains from dried liquid drops”, Nature 389, 6653 (1997).
  21. R.D. Deegan & S.R. Nagel, “Dielectric susceptibility measurements of the primary and secondary relaxation in polybutadiene”, Phys. Rev. B 52, 5653 (1995).

 

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