Drop-Liquid Impact Phenomena
A brief survey of several phenomena occurring when a liquid drop impacts the surface of a pool of the same liquid is presented. The review touches upon drop oscillations, liquid-liquid contact, sound emission, bubble entrapment, and vorticity generation.
KeywordsImpact Velocity Liquid Surface Vortex Ring Adverse Pressure Gradient Capillary Wave
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