Capillary-scale solid rebounds: experiments, modelling and simulations

@article{GaleanoRios2021CapillaryscaleSR,
  title={Capillary-scale solid rebounds: experiments, modelling and simulations},
  author={Carlos A. Galeano-Rios and Radu Cimpeanu and Isabelle A. Bauman and Annika MacEwen and Paul A. Milewski and Daniel M. Harris},
  journal={Journal of Fluid Mechanics},
  year={2021},
  volume={912}
}
Abstract A millimetre-size superhydrophobic sphere impacting on the free surface of a quiescent bath can be propelled back into the air by capillary effects and dynamic fluid forces, whilst transferring part of its energy to the fluid. We report the findings of a thorough investigation of this phenomenon, involving different approaches. Over the range from minimum impact velocities required to produce rebounds to impact velocities that cause the sinking of the solid sphere, we focus on the… 

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