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Collision of elastic drop with thin cylinder

  title={Collision of elastic drop with thin cylinder},
  author={Alla O. Rudenko and A. I. Fedyushkin and A. N. Rozhkov},
The collision of water and elastic liquid drops with a thin cylinder (thread) is studied. The droplet flight trajectory and the cylinder axis are mutually perpendicular. Attention is focused on the difference between collisions of water drops and drops of elastic fluids. In the experiments, the drop diameter was 3 mm, the diameter of horizontal stainless steel cylinders was 0.4 and 0.8 mm. The drops were formed by slowly pumping liquid through a vertical stainless steel capillary with an outer… 

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