Dynamics of deforming drops

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Bouwhuis, W.;
  • Publisher: Universiteit Twente
  • Subject: METIS-311232 | IR-96830

Liquid drops play a dominant role in numerous industrial applications, such as spray coating, spray painting, inkjet printing, lithography processes, and spraying/sprinkling in agriculture or gardening. In all of these examples, the generation, flight, impact, and sprea... View more
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