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Bilayer Liquid Crystal and Freedericksz Instability

Abstract

Micro Abstract Liquid crystals are best known for their extensive applications, among many others, in flat display technology. The underlying mechanism is an electro-mechanical coupled phenomenon, followed by an electric field driven instability. This is also known as Freedericksz Transition (FT), where the system evolves with a new stable bifurcated configuration. In this work, through a mixed analytical/numerical study, we present the strong influences of bilayer structure and material constants on the FT.
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hal-01627531 , version 1 (01-11-2017)

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Krishnendu Haldar, Kostas Danas, Nicolas Triantafyllidis. Bilayer Liquid Crystal and Freedericksz Instability. GACM Colloquium on Computational Mechanics, 2017, Stuttgart, Germany. ⟨hal-01627531⟩
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