A series of experiments were performed in which liquid droplets were caused to collide. Impact velocities to several meters per second and droplet diameters up to 600 micrometers were used. The impact parameters in the collisions vary from zero to greater than the sum of the droplet radii. Photographs of the collisions were taken with a high speed framing camera in order to study the impacts and subsequent behavior of the droplets.
Presented at the 2nd Conv. of the Intern. Colloq. on Drops and Bubbles
- Pub Date:
- December 1981
- Drops (Liquids);
- Fluid Dynamics;
- Frame Photography;
- Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer