Calculation of droplet condensation
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A solution of the nonstationary problem of droplet growth is presented together with results of a study of the effect of edge wetting angle on increase in droplet size and amount of heat dissipated by the droplet.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Droplet Size Nonstationary Problem Droplet Growth Droplet Condensation
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