The law governing the size distribution of detached gas-liquid streams of drops has been determined analytically, and a comparison is carried out against experimental data existing in the literature. The derived theoretical relationships offer an excellent description of existing experimental results.
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Baluev, V.V., Stepanov, V.M. Size distribution of detached drops. Journal of Engineering Physics 57, 1201–1206 (1989). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00871139
- Experimental Data
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- Theoretical Relationship
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