The normal impact of single water drops onto a plane water surface was studied experimentally to reveal the amount of secondary drops produced from the rim of crown-like interfacial structure. Within the experimental ranges tested, the ratio of the total mass of secondary drops to the mass of primary drop was approximately within 0–1 and correlated well as the function of dimensionless parameter K that consisted of the impact Weber number We and the Ohnesorge number Oh (K = We Oh −0.4). The dependences of the number and the mean diameter of secondary drops on K and dimensionless film thickness were also investigated.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 12, 2006
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