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Manipulating Standard and Inverse Chladni Patterns by Modulating Adhesive, Frictional, and Damping Forces
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Author(s)
Mohit Shridhar
KEYWORDS
— Inverse Chladni patterns, manipulating patterns, sorting mechanisms, spatial autocorrelation
ABSTRACT
Particles on a plate form Chladni patterns when the plate is acoustically excited. To better understand these patterns and their possible real-world applications, I present a new analytical and numerical study of the transition between standard and inverse Chladni patterns on an adhesive surface at any magnitude of acceleration. By spatial autocorrelation analysis, I examine the effects of surface adhesion and friction on the rate of pattern formation. Next, I explore displacement models of particles translating on a frictional surface with both adhesive and internal particle-plate frictions. In addition, I find that both adhesion and damping forces serve as exquisite particle sorting mechanisms. Finally, I discuss the possible real-world applications of these sorting mechanisms, such as separating nanoparticles, organelles, or cells.
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