IIT Kanpur study sheds new light on turbulent binary fluid dynamics
In a recent breakthrough, a group of researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, have unearthed fresh insights into turbulent binary fluids. Spearheaded by Prof. Supratik Banerjee and a team of scholars from the Department of Physics at IIT Kanpur, this groundbreaking research has been documented in the journal 'Communications Physics' by the Nature Group.
This significant research, performed on a mixture such as oil and water, brings forth new concepts, which turn the tables on existing theories of turbulent relaxation and opens new avenues in the practical application of binary fluid dynamics in science, engineering and various industries.
The findings hold immense potential and applications in several industries
The breakthrough achieved by the team at IIT Kanpur carries significant implications for comprehending and controlling the characteristics of turbulent binary fluids, particularly in industrial contexts.
The outcomes of our investigation bear substantial promise for diverse industrial sectors including food processing, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics, where binary emulsions such as mayonnaise, antacid formulations, shampoos, and skin creams are prevalent. These findings offer crucial understandings into the production and preservation methodologies, paving the way for enhanced manufacturing techniques that could minimize both wastage and expenses.
The comprehensive research paper by IIT Kanpur can be accessed here.