drag reduction, microstructures, superhydrophobic surfaces, supercavitation, polymer additives
Friction drag is a nonnegligible matter when relative motion happens between solid and liquid phase, which brings many inconveniences in ship navigation, fluid transportation, microfluid devices, etc. Thereby various methods have been developed focusing on friction drag reduction. In this article, a review of several widely studied drag reduction methods is given, specially, their advantages and limitations in practical applications are discussed. Besides, a comparison of different methods is made and the development prospect of drag reduction is concluded.
LIU, Min and MA, Liran
"Drag reduction methods at solid-liquid interfaces,"
Friction: Vol. 10:
4, Article 1.
Available at: https://dc.tsinghuajournals.com/friction/vol10/iss4/1