In nearly every aspect of research there needs to be an understanding of how liquids will be involved. Whether the need is to manipulate or repel the fluids researchers must study them to be able to advance their respective fields whether they are involved in medical research or industrial processes.
"In applications like these, at some point there is a drop of liquid that collides with solid particles of all different shapes, so it’s important for us to examine this phenomenon and report back to the industry on what we’ve uncovered. Data like this has a significant impact on the way we move forward with certain industrial and medical applications,” says Dr. Vitaliy Sechenyh a Research Fellow at University of Brighton, UK.
You can read our in-depth case study "Outcomes of Mid-air Collisions Between Drops and Solid Particles" at the link below.
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