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Predicting Droplet Sizes For Sticky Fluids

A team of MIT engineers show they can predict a liquid’s droplet size distribution, including the likelihood of producing very big and very small droplets, based on one main property: the liquid’s viscoelasticity, or stickiness. (Learn more: http://news.mit.edu/2016/spray-tuning…)

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