His primary areas of investigation include Contact angle, Wetting, Composite material, Nanotechnology and Surface finish. Jaroslaw Drelich interconnects Capillary length, Stalagmometric method, Maximum bubble pressure method, Phase and Specific surface energy in the investigation of issues within Contact angle. The various areas that he examines in his Wetting study include Thin film, Substrate and Nucleation.
His Composite material research incorporates themes from Drop and Permeation. His research investigates the connection between Nanotechnology and topics such as Superhydrophilicity that intersect with issues in Water repellent, Microfluidics and Biofouling. His Surface finish research integrates issues from Polyethylene, Tetradecane, Mineralogy, Analytical chemistry and Surface roughness.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Contact angle, Wetting, Nanotechnology and Chemical engineering. Jaroslaw Drelich has included themes like Drop, Monolayer, Mineralogy, Surface tension and Analytical chemistry in his Contact angle study. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Mineralogy, focusing on Oil sands and, on occasion, Water based.
Jaroslaw Drelich works on Wetting which deals in particular with Wetting transition. The Nanotechnology study combines topics in areas such as Colloid, Superhydrophilicity and Polystyrene. Jaroslaw Drelich works mostly in the field of Chemical engineering, limiting it down to topics relating to Aqueous solution and, in certain cases, Polyethylene.
Composite material, Contact angle, Zinc, Corrosion and Alloy are his primary areas of study. The Ultimate tensile strength, Polymer and Hydrophobic surfaces research Jaroslaw Drelich does as part of his general Composite material study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Concentric ring and Fabrication, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Contact angle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Wetting, Coating, Wax and Adhesion.
His study explores the link between Wetting and topics such as Capillary action that cross with problems in Compression. His study in Adhesion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Surface roughness, Surface finish, Surface tension and Microelectronics. His Zinc research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biocompatibility, Inorganic chemistry, Implant, Reactivity and Magnesium.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Wetting, Contact angle, Corrosion, Zinc and Metallurgy. His work is dedicated to discovering how Wetting, Capillary action are connected with Surface tension, Microelectronics and Adhesion and other disciplines. Jaroslaw Drelich combines Contact angle and Theoretical models in his studies.
His research integrates issues of Stent, Aluminium and Magnesium in his study of Corrosion. His study looks at the relationship between Magnesium and topics such as Biocompatibility, which overlap with Microstructure. His Zinc research incorporates elements of Alloy and Elongation.
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Hydrophilic and superhydrophilic surfaces and materials
Jaroslaw Drelich;Emil Chibowski;Dennis Desheng Meng;Konrad Terpilowski.
Soft Matter (2011)
Zinc Exhibits Ideal Physiological Corrosion Behavior for Bioabsorbable Stents
Patrick K. Bowen;Jaroslaw Drelich;Jeremy Goldman.
Advanced Materials (2013)
The effect of drop (bubble) size on advancing and receding contact angles for heterogeneous and rough solid surfaces as observed with sessile-drop and captive-bubble techniques
Jaroslaw Drelich;Jan D. Miller;Robert J. Good.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science (1996)
Superhydrophilic and Superwetting Surfaces: Definition and Mechanisms of Control
Jaroslaw Drelich;Emil Chibowski.
Contact Angles for Liquid Drops at a Model Heterogeneous Surface Consisting of Alternating and Parallel Hydrophobic/Hydrophilic Strips
Jaroslaw Drelich;James L. Wilbur;Jan D. Miller;George M. Whitesides.
Effect of roughness as determined by atomic force microscopy on the wetting properties of PTFE thin films
J. D. Miller;S. Veeramasuneni;J. Drelich;M. R. Yalamanchili.
Polymer Engineering and Science (1996)
The performance of superhydrophobic and superoleophilic carbon nanotube meshes in water–oil filtration
Chee Huei Lee;Nick Johnson;Jaroslaw Drelich;Yoke Khin Yap.
MEASUREMENT OF INTERFACIAL TENSION IN FLUID-FLUID SYSTEMS
Biodegradable Metals for Cardiovascular Stents: from Clinical Concerns to Recent Zn‐Alloys
Patrick K. Bowen;Emily R. Shearier;Shan Zhao;Roger J. Guillory.
Advanced Healthcare Materials (2016)
The significance and magnitude of the line tension in three-phase (solid-liquid-fluid) systems
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects (1996)
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