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  • Roles of particle-wall and particle-particle interactions in highly confined suspensions of spherical particles being sheared at low Reynolds numbers PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Sangani, A. S., Acrivos, A., Peyla, P. 2011; 23 (8)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.3613972

    View details for Web of Science ID 000294483500016

  • Conveyor-belt method for assembling microparticles into large-scale structures using electric fields APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Kumar, A., Acrivos, A., Khusid, B., James, C. D., Jacqmin, D. 2007; 90 (15)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.2721238

    View details for Web of Science ID 000245690700122

  • Electric field-driven formation of particle concentration fronts in suspensions FLUID DYNAMICS RESEARCH Kumar, A., Acrivos, A., Khusid, B., Jacqmin, D. 2007; 39 (1-3): 169-192
  • Measurements of the fluid and particle mobilities in strong electric fields PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Kumar, A., Elele, E., Yeksel, M., Khusid, B., Qiu, Z., Acrivos, A. 2006; 18 (12)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.2397573

    View details for Web of Science ID 000243158200020

  • Dielectrophoretic trapping of particles at the three-phase contact line INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH Kumar, A., Khusid, B., Acrivos, A. 2006; 45 (21): 6978-6980

    View details for DOI 10.1021/ie051151j

    View details for Web of Science ID 000241030700015

  • Surface micromachined dielectrophoretic gates for the front-end device of a biodetection system JOURNAL OF FLUIDS ENGINEERING-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME James, C. D., Okandan, M., Galambos, P., Mani, S. S., Bennett, D., Khusid, B., Acrivos, A. 2006; 128 (1): 14-19

    View details for DOI 10.1115/1.2136924

    View details for Web of Science ID 000237928900003

  • New electric-field-driven mesoscale phase transitions in polarized suspensions PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Kumar, A., Khusid, B., Qiu, Z. Y., Acrivos, A. 2005; 95 (25)

    Abstract

    We report the discovery of a new class of an electric field-driven bulk phase transition due solely to dipolar interactions in a suspension under the action of a uniform ac field where the effects of other competing forces are suppressed. This transition appears after the well-known chain-column formation and causes the uniform suspension of columns to rearrange into a cellular pattern consisting of particle-free domains surrounded by particle-rich walls. Interestingly, the characteristic size of these domains scales linearly with the interelectrode spacing and remains insensitive to the size of the particles.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.95.258301

    View details for Web of Science ID 000234118500084

    View details for PubMedID 16384516

  • The drag-out problem in film coating PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Jin, B., Acrivos, A., Munch, A. 2005; 17 (10)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.2079927

    View details for Web of Science ID 000232939200035

  • Rimming flows within a rotating horizontal cylinder: asymptotic analysis of the thin-film lubrication equations and stability of their solutions JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Acrivos, A., Jin, B. 2004; 50 (2-3): 99-120
  • Combined negative dielectrophoresis and phase separation in nondilute suspensions subject to a high-gradient ac electric field PHYSICAL REVIEW E Kumar, A., Qiu, Z. Y., Acrivos, A., Khusid, B., Jacqmin, D. 2004; 69 (2)

    Abstract

    Experiments were conducted on concentrated suspensions of neutrally buoyant particles which exhibit negative dielectrophoresis. We found that, due to interparticle electrical interactions, such suspensions undergo a phase separation when subjected to a high-gradient ac field (approximately kV/mm) and form a propagating distinct front between the regions enriched with and depleted of particles. A generalization of our theory for the thermodynamics of the field-induced phase transitions in suspensions of polarized particles [Phys. Rev. E 52, 1669 (1995); 54, 5428 (1996); 60, 3015 (1999)] is proposed for the front propagation, and its predictions are shown to be consistent with the experiments even though the model contains no fitting parameters. The combination of field-induced dielectrophoresis and phase transition provides a method for strongly concentrating particles in prespecified regions of dielectrophoretic devices.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevE.69.021402

    View details for Web of Science ID 000220255400020

    View details for PubMedID 14995439

  • Field-induced dielectrophoresis and phase separation for manipulating particles in microfluidics NSTI NANOTECH 2004, VOL 2, TECHNICAL PROCEEDINGS Bennett, D. J., Khusid, B., James, C. D., Galambos, P. C., Okandan, M., Jacqmin, D., Kumar, A., Qiu, Z., Acrivos, A. 2004: 367-370
  • Limitations on the scale of an electrode array for trapping particles in microfluidics by positive dielectrophoresis APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Markarian, N., Yeksel, M., Khusid, B., Farmer, K., Acrivos, A. 2003; 82 (26): 4839-4841

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.1587882

    View details for Web of Science ID 000183757400070

  • Adsorption phenomena in the transport of a colloidal particle through a nanochannel containing a partially wetting fluid PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Drazer, G., Koplik, J., Acrivos, A., Khusid, B. 2002; 89 (24)

    Abstract

    Using molecular dynamics simulations, we study the motion of a closely fitting nanometer-size solid sphere in a fluid-filled cylindrical nanochannel at low Reynolds numbers. At early times, when the particle is close to the middle of the tube, its velocity is in agreement with continuum calculations, despite large thermal fluctuations. At later times, partially wetting fluids exhibit novel adsorption phenomena: the sphere meanders away from the center of the tube and adsorbs onto the wall, and subsequently either sticks to the wall and remains motionless on average, or separates slightly from the tube wall and then either slips parallel to the mean flow or executes an intermittent stick-slip motion.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.89.244501

    View details for Web of Science ID 000179484700019

    View details for PubMedID 12484949

  • Positive dielectrophoresis and heterogeneous aggregation in high-gradient ac electric fields JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Qiu, Z. Y., Markarian, N., Khusid, B., Acrivos, A. 2002; 92 (5): 2829-2843

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.1495534

    View details for Web of Science ID 000177548500097

  • Squeezing flow of particles and large molecules suspended in a liquid through nanochannels 2006 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTATIONAL NANOSCIENCE AND NANOTECHNOLOGY - ICCN 2002 Acrivos, A., Khusid, B., Koplik, J., Drazer, G. 2002: 97-98
  • Particle segregation in suspensions subject to high-gradient ac electric fields JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Dussaud, A. D., Khusid, B., Acrivos, A. 2000; 88 (9): 5463-5473
  • Phase diagrams of electric-field-induced aggregation in conducting colloidal suspensions PHYSICAL REVIEW E Khusid, B., Acrivos, A. 1999; 60 (3): 3015-3035

    Abstract

    To develop a theory for electric-field-driven phase transitions in concentrated suspensions, we extended our microscopic theory [Phys. Rev. E 52, 1669, (1995); 54, 5428, (1996)] beyond the dilute regime. Based on the model of the Maxwell-Wagner interfacial polarization of colloids, our theory overcomes the limitations of Brillouin's formula for the electric energy of conducting materials which is applicable only for negligibly small energy dissipation and slow time variations of the field. We found that the phase diagrams of "the particle concentration vs the electric field strength" for colloids are similar to the phase diagrams for the first-order phase separation in quenched conventional binary systems with a high-temperature miscibility gap. This explains why a variety of colloids exhibit similar field-induced aggregation patterns. Our theory provides a reasonable interpretation of the available experimental data on field-induced aggregation phenomena in electrorheological fluids and aqueous suspensions, whereas currently used theoretical models are in variance with many of the data. The theoretical results enable one to trace how the variations of the electrical properties of the constituent materials influence the topology of the suspension phase diagram and to evaluate the effects of the field strength and frequency on the particle aggregation.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000082778200079

    View details for PubMedID 11970110

  • AN EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY OF VISCOUS RESUSPENSION IN A PRESSURE-DRIVEN PLANE CHANNEL FLOW INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIPHASE FLOW Schaflinger, U., Acrivos, A., STIBI, H. 1995; 21 (4): 693-704
  • VISCOUS RESUSPENSION IN FULLY-DEVELOPED LAMINAR PIPE FLOWS INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIPHASE FLOW Zhang, K., Acrivos, A. 1994; 20 (3): 579-591
  • LONGITUDINAL SHEAR-INDUCED DIFFUSION OF SPHERES IN A DILUTE SUSPENSION JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Acrivos, A., BATCHELOR, G. K., Hinch, E. J., Koch, D. L., Mauri, R. 1992; 240: 651-657
  • ON THE NATURE OF THE INSTABILITY IN BUOYANCY-DRIVEN FLOWS IN INCLINED SETTLERS PHYSICS OF FLUIDS A-FLUID DYNAMICS Zhang, K., Acrivos, A., Triantafyllou, G. S. 1992; 4 (6): 1156-1164
  • STABILITY IN A 2-DIMENSIONAL HAGEN-POISEUILLE RESUSPENSION FLOW INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIPHASE FLOW Zhang, K., Acrivos, A., Schaflinger, U. 1992; 18 (1): 51-63
  • VISCOUS RESUSPENSION OF A SEDIMENT WITHIN A LAMINAR AND STRATIFIED FLOW INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIPHASE FLOW Schaflinger, U., Acrivos, A., Zhang, K. 1990; 16 (4): 567-578
  • BOUNDS ON THE EFFECTIVE PROPERTIES OF POLYDISPERSED SUSPENSIONS OF SPHERES - AN EVALUATION OF 2 RELEVANT MORPHOLOGICAL PARAMETERS JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Thovert, J. F., Kim, I. C., Torquato, S., Acrivos, A. 1990; 67 (10): 6088-6098
  • PARTICLE MIGRATION IN SUSPENSIONS BY THERMOCAPILLARY OR ELECTROPHORETIC MOTION JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Acrivos, A., Jeffrey, D. J., Saville, D. A. 1990; 212: 95-110
  • SEDIMENTATION AND SEDIMENT FLOW ON INCLINED SURFACES JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Nir, A., Acrivos, A. 1990; 212: 139-153
  • THE EFFECTIVE THERMAL-CONDUCTIVITY OF A RANDOM POLYDISPERSED SUSPENSION OF SPHERES TO ORDER C-2 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS Thovert, J. F., Acrivos, A. 1989; 82: 177-191
  • THE SEDIMENTATION OF NONDILUTE SUSPENSIONS IN INCLINED SETTLERS PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Borhan, A., Acrivos, A. 1988; 31 (12): 3488-3501
  • THE EFFECTIVE THERMAL-CONDUCTIVITY AND ELONGATIONAL VISCOSITY OF A NONDILUTE SUSPENSION OF ALIGNED SLENDER RODS PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Acrivos, A., Shaqfeh, E. S. 1988; 31 (7): 1841-1844
  • THE EFFECTIVE PERMEABILITY OF A RANDOM DISPERSION OF SPHERES PHYSICOCHEMICAL HYDRODYNAMICS Chang, E. Y., Acrivos, A. 1988; 10 (5-6): 579-584
  • CONDUCTION OF HEAT FROM A PLANAR WALL WITH UNIFORM SURFACE-TEMPERATURE TO A MONODISPERSED SUSPENSION OF SPHERES JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Chang, E. Y., Acrivos, A. 1987; 62 (3): 771-776
  • THE SHEAR-INDUCED MIGRATION OF PARTICLES IN CONCENTRATED SUSPENSIONS JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Leighton, D., Acrivos, A. 1987; 181: 415-439
  • ENHANCED SEDIMENTATION IN VESSELS WITH INCLINED WALLS - EXPERIMENTAL-OBSERVATIONS PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Shaqfeh, E. S., Acrivos, A. 1987; 30 (7): 1905-1914
  • THE EFFECTS OF INERTIA ON THE STABILITY OF THE CONVECTIVE FLOW IN INCLINED PARTICLE SETTLERS PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Shaqfeh, E. S., Acrivos, A. 1987; 30 (4): 960-973
  • MEASUREMENT OF SHEAR-INDUCED SELF-DIFFUSION IN CONCENTRATED SUSPENSIONS OF SPHERES JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Leighton, D., Acrivos, A. 1987; 177: 109-131
  • STEADY FLOW PAST SUDDEN EXPANSIONS AT LARGE REYNOLDS-NUMBER .2. NAVIER-STOKES SOLUTIONS FOR THE CASCADE EXPANSION PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Milos, F. S., Acrivos, A., Kim, J. 1987; 30 (1): 7-18
  • THE RATE OF HEAT-CONDUCTION FROM A HEATED SPHERE TO A PACKED-BED OF PASSIVE SPHERES CHEMICAL ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS Chang, E. Y., Acrivos, A. 1987; 58 (1-6): 165-170
  • THE EFFECTS OF INERTIA ON THE BUOYANCY-DRIVEN CONVECTION FLOW IN SETTLING VESSELS HAVING INCLINED WALLS PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Shaqfeh, E. S., Acrivos, A. 1986; 29 (12): 3935-3948
  • RATE OF HEAT-CONDUCTION FROM A HEATED SPHERE TO A MATRIX CONTAINING PASSIVE SPHERES OF A DIFFERENT CONDUCTIVITY JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Chang, E., Acrivos, A. 1986; 59 (10): 3375-3382
  • STEADY FLOW PAST SUDDEN EXPANSIONS AT LARGE REYNOLDS-NUMBER .1. BOUNDARY-LAYER SOLUTIONS PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Milos, F. S., Acrivos, A. 1986; 29 (5): 1353-1359
  • VISCOUS RESUSPENSION CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE Leighton, D., Acrivos, A. 1986; 41 (6): 1377-1384
  • A MODEL FOR ESTIMATING TRANSPORT QUANTITIES IN 2-PHASE MATERIALS PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Acrivos, A., Chang, E. 1986; 29 (1): 3-4
  • SEDIMENTATION OF NONCOLLOIDAL PARTICLES AT LOW REYNOLDS-NUMBERS ANNUAL REVIEW OF FLUID MECHANICS Davis, R. H., Acrivos, A. 1985; 17: 91-118
  • THE FORMATION AND EXPANSION OF A TOROIDAL DROP MOVING IN A VISCOUS-FLUID PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Kojima, M., Hinch, E. J., Acrivos, A. 1984; 27 (1): 19-32
  • THE BREAKUP OF SMALL DROPS AND BUBBLES IN SHEAR FLOWS ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Acrivos, A. 1983; 404 (MAY): 1-11
  • CREEPING FLOW THROUGH CUBIC ARRAYS OF SPHERICAL BUBBLES INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIPHASE FLOW Sangani, A. S., Acrivos, A. 1983; 9 (2): 181-185
  • THE EFFECTIVE CONDUCTIVITY OF A PERIODIC ARRAY OF SPHERES PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES Sangani, A. S., Acrivos, A. 1983; 386 (1791): 263-275
  • WAVE FORMATION AND GROWTH DURING SEDIMENTATION IN NARROW TILTED CHANNELS PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Davis, R. H., HERBOLZHEIMER, E., Acrivos, A. 1983; 26 (8): 2055-2064
  • CLOSED-CAVITY LAMINAR FLOWS AT MODERATE REYNOLDS-NUMBERS JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Brady, J. F., Acrivos, A. 1982; 115 (FEB): 427-442
  • SLOW FLOW THROUGH A PERIODIC ARRAY OF SPHERES INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIPHASE FLOW Sangani, A. S., Acrivos, A. 1982; 8 (4): 343-360
  • NATURAL-CONVECTION IN A VERTICAL CHANNEL WITH OPPOSING BUOYANCY FORCES INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER Lee, T. S., PARIKH, P. G., Acrivos, A., Bershader, D. 1982; 25 (4): 499-511
  • SLOW FLOW PAST PERIODIC ARRAYS OF CYLINDERS WITH APPLICATION TO HEAT-TRANSFER INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIPHASE FLOW Sangani, A. S., Acrivos, A. 1982; 8 (3): 193-206
  • STEADY FLOW IN A SUDDEN EXPANSION AT HIGH REYNOLDS-NUMBERS PHYSICS OF FLUIDS Acrivos, A., Schrader, M. L. 1982; 25 (6): 923-930
  • THE SEDIMENTATION OF POLYDISPERSE SUSPENSIONS IN VESSELS HAVING INCLINED WALLS INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIPHASE FLOW Davis, R. H., HERBOLZHIEMER, E., Acrivos, A. 1982; 8 (6): 571-585
  • THE DEFORMATION AND BREAKUP OF A SLENDER DROP IN AN EXTENSIONAL FLOW - INERTIAL EFFECTS JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Brady, J. F., Acrivos, A. 1982; 115 (FEB): 443-451
  • STEADY FLOW IN A CHANNEL OR TUBE WITH AN ACCELERATING SURFACE VELOCITY - AN EXACT SOLUTION TO THE NAVIER-STOKES EQUATIONS WITH REVERSE FLOW JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Brady, J. F., Acrivos, A. 1981; 112 (NOV): 127-150
  • ENHANCED SEDIMENTATION IN NARROW TILTED CHANNELS JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS HERBOLZHEIMER, E., Acrivos, A. 1981; 108 (JUL): 485-499
  • THE SCHERAGA-MANDELKERN PARAMETERS FOR SLIGHTLY PERMEABLE SPHEROIDS JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS Kojima, M., Acrivos, A. 1981; 74 (7): 4096-4102
  • LONG SLENDER DROPS IN A SIMPLE SHEAR-FLOW JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Hinch, E. J., Acrivos, A. 1980; 98 (MAY): 305-328
  • SHEAR-INDUCED STRUCTURE IN A CONCENTRATED SUSPENSION OF SOLID SPHERES JOURNAL OF RHEOLOGY GADALAMARIA, F., Acrivos, A. 1980; 24 (6): 799-814
  • THE EXTENDED GRAETZ PROBLEM AT LOW PECLET NUMBERS APPLIED SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH Acrivos, A. 1980; 36 (1): 35-40
  • A NOTE ON THE RATE OF HEAT OR MASS-TRANSFER FROM A SMALL PARTICLE FREELY SUSPENDED IN A LINEAR SHEAR FIELD JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Acrivos, A. 1980; 98 (MAY): 299-304
  • HEAT-TRANSFER TO A SLOWLY MOVING FLUID FROM A DILUTE FIXED-BED OF HEATED SPHERES JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Acrivos, A., Hinch, E. J., Jeffrey, D. J. 1980; 101 (NOV): 403-421
  • STEADY LONG SLENDER DROPLETS IN 2-DIMENSIONAL STRAINING MOTION JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Hinch, E. J., Acrivos, A. 1979; 91 (APR): 401-414
  • ENHANCED SEDIMENTATION IN SETTLING TANKS WITH INCLINED WALLS JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Acrivos, A., HERBOLZHEIMER, E. 1979; 92 (JUN): 435-457
  • DEFORMATION AND BREAKUP OF A SINGLE SLENDER DROP IN AN EXTENSIONAL FLOW JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Acrivos, A., Lo, T. S. 1978; 86 (JUN): 641-672
  • SOLUTION OF EQUATIONS OF LINEAR ELASTICITY FOR AN INFINITE REGION CONTAINING 2 SPHERICAL INCLUSIONS INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOLIDS AND STRUCTURES Chen, H. S., Acrivos, A. 1978; 14 (5): 331-348
  • EFFECTIVE ELASTIC-MODULI OF COMPOSITE-MATERIALS CONTAINING SPHERICAL INCLUSIONS AT NON-DILUTE CONCENTRATIONS INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOLIDS AND STRUCTURES Chen, H. S., Acrivos, A. 1978; 14 (5): 349-364
  • NUMERICAL STUDY OF DEFORMATION AND BURST OF A VISCOUS DROP IN AN EXTENSIONAL FLOW JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Rallison, J. M., Acrivos, A. 1978; 89 (NOV): 191-200
  • RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF SUSPENSIONS OF RIGID PARTICLES AICHE JOURNAL Jeffrey, D. J., Acrivos, A. 1976; 22 (3): 417-432
  • EFFECTIVE THERMAL-CONDUCTIVITY OF DILUTE SUSPENSIONS CONTAINING HIGHLY CONDUCTING SLENDER INCLUSIONS PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES A-MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES Chen, H. S., Acrivos, A. 1976; 349 (1657): 261-276
  • MOVING-WALL BOUNDARY-LAYER WITH REVERSE FLOW JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Klemp, J. B., Acrivos, A. 1976; 76 (JUL28): 363-381
  • EFFECTIVE THERMAL-CONDUCTIVITY OF SHEARED SUSPENSIONS JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Nir, A., Acrivos, A. 1976; 78 (NOV5): 33-48
  • SHAPE OF A GAS BUBBLE IN A VISCOUS EXTENSIONAL FLOW JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS YOUNGREN, G. K., Acrivos, A. 1976; 76 (AUG11): 433-442
  • CLOSED-STREAMLINE FLOWS PAST ROTATING SINGLE CYLINDERS AND SPHERES - INERTIA EFFECTS JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS POE, G. G., Acrivos, A. 1975; 72 (DEC23): 605-?
  • STOKES FLOW PAST A PARTICLE OF ARBITRARY SHAPE - NUMERICAL-METHOD OF SOLUTION JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS YOUNGREN, G. K., Acrivos, A. 1975; 69 (MAY27): 377-403
  • ROTATIONAL FRICTION COEFFICIENTS FOR ELLIPSOIDS AND CHEMICAL MOLECULES WITH SLIP BOUNDARY-CONDITION JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS YOUNGREN, G. K., Acrivos, A. 1975; 63 (9): 3846-3848
  • VARIATIONAL INEQUALITIES FOR A BODY IN A VISCOUS SHEARING FLOW JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Nir, A., Weinberger, H. F., Acrivos, A. 1975; 68 (APR29): 739-755
  • STEADY SIMPLE SHEAR-FLOW PAST A CIRCULAR-CYLINDER AT MODERATE REYNOLDS-NUMBERS - NUMERICAL-SOLUTION JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Kossack, C. A., Acrivos, A. 1974; 66 (NOV6): 353-376
  • EXPERIMENTS ON EFFECTIVE CONDUCTIVITY OF DILUTE DISPERSIONS CONTAINING HIGHLY CONDUCTING SLENDER INCLUSIONS PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES Rocha, A., Acrivos, A. 1974; 337 (1608): 123-133
  • EFFECTIVE THERMAL-CONDUCTIVITY OF DILUTE DISPERSIONS - HIGHLY CONDUCTING INCLUSIONS OF ARBITRARY SHAPE QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF MECHANICS AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS Rocha, A., Acrivos, A. 1973; 26 (NOV): 441-455
  • DEFORMATION AND BURST OF A LIQUID DROPLET FREELY SUSPENDED IN A LINEAR SHEAR FIELD JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS BARTHESB, D., Acrivos, A. 1973; 61 (OCT23): 1-21
  • COMPUTER GENERATED ANALYTIC SOLUTIONS TO EQUATIONS OF FLUID MECHANICS - CASE OF CREEPING FLOWS JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS BARTHESB, D., Acrivos, A. 1973; 12 (3): 403-411
  • EFFECTIVE THERMAL-CONDUCTIVITY OF DILUTE DISPERSIONS - GENERAL THEORY FOR INCLUSIONS OF ARBITRARY SHAPE QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF MECHANICS AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS Rocha, A., Acrivos, A. 1973; 26 (MAY): 217-233
  • CREEPING MOTION OF 2 ARBITRARY-SIZED TOUCHING SPHERES IN A LINEAR SHEAR FIELD JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Nir, A., Acrivos, A. 1973; 59 (JUN19): 209-223
  • EFFECTIVE MODULI OF COMPOSITE-MATERIALS - EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF CHOPPED-FIBER REINFORCEMENT ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ANGEWANDTE MATHEMATIK UND PHYSIK Russel, W. B., Acrivos, A. 1973; 24 (6): 838-852
  • HIGH REYNOLDS-NUMBER STEADY SEPARATED FLOW PAST A WEDGE OF NEGATIVE ANGLE JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Klemp, J. B., Acrivos, A. 1972; 56 (DEC12): 577-590
  • EFFECTIVE MODULI OF COMPOSITE-MATERIALS - SLENDER RIGID INCLUSIONS AT DILUTE CONCENTRATIONS ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ANGEWANDTE MATHEMATIK UND PHYSIK Russel, W. B., Acrivos, A. 1972; 23 (3): 434-463
  • METHOD FOR INTEGRATING BOUNDARY-LAYER EQUATIONS THROUGH A REGION OF REVERSE FLOW JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Klemp, J. B., Acrivos, A. 1972; 53 (MAY9): 177-?
  • NOTE ON LAMINAR MIXING OF 2 UNIFORM PARALLEL SEMI-INFINITE STREAMS JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Klemp, J. B., Acrivos, A. 1972; 55 (SEP12): 25-?
  • HIGH REYNOLDS-NUMBER FLOW PAST A FLAT PLATE WITH STRONG BLOWING JOURNAL OF FLUID MECHANICS Klemp, J. B., Acrivos, A. 1972; 51 (JAN25): 337-?