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標題: 微管液滴之可視化實驗
Visualization of forming droplet in micropipe
作者: 陳春億
Chen, Chun-Yi
關鍵字: surface tension;液滴;liquid drop;pressure barrier;突破壓力;表面張力
出版社: 機械工程學系所
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This paper presents the analysis of the pressure that built up by surface tension in a liquid flowing through an axis-symmetric divergent micro tube. The pressure variation is determined in terms of energy change in the liquid-solid-gas interface. The interfacial energy is obtained for three regimes of the tube, namely, the uniform channel with constant cross section, the position where cross section abruptly enlarged, and the wedge region with increasing cross section. The maximum pressure barrier developing to stop the liquid flow is found as a function of the channel geometry and the contact properties of the liquid-channel interface. Flow visualization experiments were set up to demonstrate the liquid flow that leads to the formation of a drop as the external pressure increases to exceed the pressure barrier. We can calculate the size of drop through the way to examine of the image amount by visual experiment, and compare the different size of droplet between the plate channel and capillary tubes.
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