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More and more experimental evidence demonstrates that the slip boundary condition plays an important role in the study of nano- or micro-scale fluid. We propose a homogenization approach to study the effective slippage problem. We show that the effective slip length obtained by homogenization agrees with the results obtained by the traditional method in the literature for the simplest Stokes flow; then we use our approach to deal with two examples which seem quite hard by other analytical methods. We also include some numerical results to validate our analytical results.
We present an approximate relation for the effective slip length for flows over mixed-slip surfaces with patterning at the nanoscale, whose minimum slip length is greater than the pattern length scale.
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