Our research focuses on fundamental questions in Fluid Dynamics motivated by or targeted to applications and natural phenomena. The problems of interest span from high Reynolds number flows, e.g. aerodynamics and geophysics, to low Reynolds number flows, namely microfluidics and fluid mechanics of complex interfaces. The research involves both theoretical - analytical and numerical - and experimental studies.
- Mayer H. C., Krechetnikov R. "The nature of chemical reaction-driven tip-streaming," J. Appl. Phys. 113, 174907 (2013).
- Krechetnikov R. "Structure of Marangoni-driven singularities," Physics of Fluids 24, 022111 (2012).
- Mayer H. C., Krechetnikov R. "Walking with coffee: why does it spill?," Physical Review E 85, 046117 (2012).