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REBOUND OF LIQUID DROPLETS CAUSED BY SUDDEN DECREASE OF GRAVITY
Interfacial Phenomena and Heat Transfer
The rebound of a liquid droplet from a flat solid surface after a sudden decrease of gravity, as well as its spread on the surface in normal gravity, is simulated numerically using the level set method. The predicted static shape of the spreading droplet in normal gravity is in good agreement with that predicted by the software program, Surface Evolver, while the simulated behaviors of the rebounding droplet show qualitative agreement with published experimental observations in the drop tower.doi:10.1615/interfacphenomheattransfer.2014010424 fatcat:mrfkezes5nfjrim4rsjwcsw2qu