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Experimental investigation of the effect of the signal-to-noise ratio on the characteristics of forced capillary disintegration of a jet

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Abstract

Dependences of the signal-to-noise ratio in a jet in the case of forced capillary disintegration of the jet (FCDJ) on the excitation signal, the mean jet velocity, the velocity distribution in the jet, and the jet diameter are derived. It is shown that, for equal excitation amplitudes, the signal-to-noise ratio in the case of FCDJ depends on the jet diameter and the velocity profile. A relationship between the relative scatter of diameters of the droplets formed as a result of FCDJ and the signal-to-noise ratio is derived.

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Translated from Inzhenerno-fizicheskii Zhurnal, Vol. 4, pp. 544–550, April, 1991.

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Blazhenkov, V.V., Gunbin, V.F. & Shcheglov, S.I. Experimental investigation of the effect of the signal-to-noise ratio on the characteristics of forced capillary disintegration of a jet. Journal of Engineering Physics 60, 408–412 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00872140

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Keywords

  • Statistical Physic
  • Experimental Investigation
  • Velocity Profile
  • Velocity Distribution
  • Excitation Amplitude