Factors affecting dynamic electrical manipulation of menisci

@article{Wright1989FactorsAD,
  title={Factors affecting dynamic electrical manipulation of menisci},
  author={G. S. Wright and P. T. Krein and J. C. Chato},
  journal={Conference Record of the IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting,},
  year={1989},
  pages={2066-2072 vol.2}
}
Dynamic electrical manipulation of liquid surfaces, which could be of benefit in electrostatic spraying applications as diverse as crop dusting, ink jet printing, and ion propulsion, is investigated. The authors analyze the dynamics of a conductive meniscus formed of a Newtonian liquid and exposed to an electric field. The significance of mechanical time constants involving surface tension, density, and viscosity are investigated. Dimensionless parameters are used to characterize important… CONTINUE READING

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