Thermodynamics, Evaporation, Wetting, Heat transfer and Capillary condensation are his primary areas of study. In general Thermodynamics study, his work on Fluid dynamics and Young–Laplace equation often relates to the realm of Intermolecular force, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Evaporation study also includes fields such as
His research in Wetting focuses on subjects like Capillary action, which are connected to Thin film, Octane and Physical chemistry. Peter C. Wayner is interested in Heat flux, which is a field of Heat transfer. His study looks at the intersection of Capillary condensation and topics like Mechanics with Drop, Stress field and Surface energy.
Peter C. Wayner mostly deals with Thermodynamics, Heat transfer, Mechanics, Evaporation and Wetting. The study of Thermodynamics is intertwined with the study of Interfacial Force in a number of ways. His Mechanics research includes elements of Drop and Capillary action.
The concepts of his Evaporation study are interwoven with issues in Condensation, Mass transfer and Chemical engineering. The various areas that he examines in his Wetting study include Surface finish and Contact angle. His Contact angle research incorporates themes from Capillary condensation and Optics.
His primary areas of investigation include Mechanics, Heat pipe, Thermodynamics, Heat transfer and Capillary action. His Evaporation research extends to Mechanics, which is thematically connected. The study incorporates disciplines such as Wetting, Surface finish and Nanotechnology in addition to Evaporation.
His Heat pipe research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fin, International Space Station, Heat transfer coefficient and Meteorology. Peter C. Wayner combines subjects such as Surface tension, Capillary condensation, Vapor pressure and Nucleation with his study of Heat transfer. His Capillary action study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Disjoining pressure and Optics.
Peter C. Wayner spends much of his time researching Heat pipe, Thermodynamics, Mechanics, Capillary action and Wetting. His research combines Thin film and Thermodynamics. His Mechanics research incorporates elements of Limiting, Boiling and Thermal.
Peter C. Wayner works mostly in the field of Capillary action, limiting it down to topics relating to Disjoining pressure and, in certain cases, Chemical physics, as a part of the same area of interest. His studies examine the connections between Wetting and genetics, as well as such issues in Surface finish, with regards to Nanotechnology, Contact angle, Surface roughness and Evaporation. The Heat transfer study which covers Capillary condensation that intersects with Suction, Fluid dynamics, Mass flow, Capillary pressure and Heat flux.
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The interline heat-transfer coefficient of an evaporating wetting film
P.C. Wayner;Y.K. Kao;L.V. LaCroix.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (1976)
Evaporation from a two-dimensional extended meniscus
M Potash;P.C Wayner.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (1972)
Investigation of an evaporating extended meniscus based on the augmented Young-Laplace equation
S. DasGupta;J. A. Schonberg;P. C. Wayner.
Journal of Heat Transfer-transactions of The Asme (1993)
The effect of interfacial mass transport on flow in thin liquid films
Peter C. Wayner.
Colloids and Surfaces (1991)
Surface modified spin-on xerogel films as interlayer dielectrics
S. V. Nitta;V. Pisupatti;A. Jain;P. C. Wayner.
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B (1999)
Intermolecular forces in phase‐change heat transfer: 1998 Kern award review
Peter C. Wayner.
Aiche Journal (1999)
Use of the Kelvin-Clapeyron Equation to Model an Evaporating Curved Microfilm
S. DasGupta;I. Y. Kim;P. C. Wayner.
Journal of Heat Transfer-transactions of The Asme (1994)
REVIEW OF THE EFFECTS OF SURFACE TOPOGRAPHY, SURFACE CHEMISTRY, AND FLUID PHYSICS ON EVAPORATION AT THE CONTACT LINE
Joel L. Plawsky;Manas Ojha;Arya Chatterjee;Peter C. Wayner.
Chemical Engineering Communications (2008)
Thermal conductivity study of porous low-k dielectric materials
Chuan Hu;Michael Morgen;Paul S. Ho;Anurag Jain.
Applied Physics Letters (2000)
An augmented Young-Laplace model of an evaporating meniscus in a microchannel with high heat flux
J.A. Schonberg;S. DasGupta;P.C. Wayner.
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science (1995)
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