His work in Reduction (mathematics) covers topics such as Geometry which are related to areas like Soap bubble and Flow (mathematics). His research ties Geometry and Flow (mathematics) together. His biological study deals with issues like Library science, which deal with fields such as Citation. His Citation study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Library science. He combines topics linked to Tube (container) with his work on Composite material. His work blends Pulmonary surfactant and Surface tension studies together. He integrates Surface tension and Pulmonary surfactant in his research. Jacques L. Zakin performs integrative study on Chemical engineering and Process engineering. Process engineering and Chemical engineering are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research.
Jacques L. Zakin combines Drag and Turbulence in his research. His work blends Turbulence and Drag studies together. Jacques L. Zakin performs multidisciplinary study on Thermodynamics and Heat transfer in his works. Jacques L. Zakin connects Heat transfer with Thermodynamics in his study. Jacques L. Zakin performs integrative study on Organic chemistry and Solvent in his works. Jacques L. Zakin undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Solvent and Organic chemistry through his works. His work in Composite material is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Viscosity. His Viscosity study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Composite material. Chemical engineering is frequently linked to Pulmonary surfactant in his study.
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Surfactant Drag Reduction
Jacques L. Zakin;Bin Lu;Hans-Werner Bewersdorff.
Reviews in Chemical Engineering (1998)
The effect of surfactants on bubble growth, wall thermal patterns and heat transfer in pool boiling
G Hetsroni;J.L Zakin;Z Lin;A Mosyak.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2001)
Effect of Chemical Structure on Viscoelasticity and Extensional Viscosity of Drag-Reducing Cationic Surfactant Solutions
B. Lu;X. Li;L. E. Scriven;H. T. Davis.
New limiting drag reduction and velocity profile asymptotes for nonpolymeric additives systems
Jacques L. Zakin;Jiri Myska;Zdenek Chara.
Aiche Journal (1996)
DRAG REDUCTION - Polymer Solutions, Soap Solutions, and Solid Particle Suspensions in Pipe Flow
Gary K. Patterson;Jacques L. Zakin;J. M. Rodriguez.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry (1969)
Cryo-TEM Imaging the Flow-Induced Transition from Vesicles to Threadlike Micelles
Yi Zheng;Z. Lin;J. L. Zakin;Y. Talmon.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2000)
Chemical and Rheological Characterization of Drag-Reducing Cationic Surfactant Systems
Yunying Qi and;Jacques L. Zakin.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2002)
A non-viscoelastic drag reducing cationic surfactant system
B Lu;X Li;J.L Zakin;Y Talmon.
Journal of Non-newtonian Fluid Mechanics (1997)
Co-solvent effects on drag reduction, rheological properties and micelle microstructures of cationic surfactants.
Ying Zhang;Judith Schmidt;Yeshayahu Talmon;Jacques L. Zakin.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science (2005)
Drag reduction in solid‐fluid systems
I. Radin;J. L. Zakin;G. K. Patterson.
Aiche Journal (1975)
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