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Dynamical Flow Effect in Twisted Nematic Liquid Crystal Cells

Authors Sheng, Ping View this author's profile
Qian, Tie-Zheng View this author's profile
Issue Date 2002
Source Proceedings of the Asian Symposium on Information Display , August 2002, p. 191-193
Summary We numerically solve the Ericksen-Leslie hydrodynamic equations for a number of twisted nematic liquid crystal cells. We show that when an applied electric potential is varied abruptly across the cell, the resulting fluid motion can play a critical role in inducing the rotation of directors. The physics underlying the seemingly abnormal behavior of director rotation is investigated.
Note Proceedings of the 1997 4th Asian Symposium on Information Display; Hong Kong, Hong Kong; ; 13 February 1997 through 14 February 1997; Code 46324
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