Fluid dynamics: Water flows out of touch

B. Hof, Nature 541 (2017) 161–162.

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Superhydrophobic surfaces reduce the frictional drag between water and solid materials, but this effect is often temporary. The realization of sustained drag reduction has applications for water vehicles and pipeline flows.
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Date Published
2017-01-11
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Nature
Volume
541
Issue
7636
Page
161 - 162
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Hof B. Fluid dynamics: Water flows out of touch. Nature. 2017;541(7636):161-162. doi:10.1038/541161a
Hof, B. (2017). Fluid dynamics: Water flows out of touch. Nature, 541(7636), 161–162. https://doi.org/10.1038/541161a
Hof, Björn. “Fluid Dynamics: Water Flows out of Touch.” Nature 541, no. 7636 (2017): 161–62. https://doi.org/10.1038/541161a.
B. Hof, “Fluid dynamics: Water flows out of touch,” Nature, vol. 541, no. 7636, pp. 161–162, 2017.
Hof B. 2017. Fluid dynamics: Water flows out of touch. Nature. 541(7636), 161–162.
Hof, Björn. “Fluid Dynamics: Water Flows out of Touch.” Nature, vol. 541, no. 7636, Nature Publishing Group, 2017, pp. 161–62, doi:10.1038/541161a.

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