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    Title: Effects of temperature and velocity of droplet ejection process of simulated nanojets onto a moving plate’s surface
    Authors: Te-Hua Fang
    Win-Jin Chang
    Shih-Lung Lin
    Keywords: Nanojet
    Spreading droplets
    Molecular dynamics simulation
    Lennard-Jones potential
    Date: 2006-04-04
    Issue Date: 2009-08-12 19:21:24 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This paper uses molecular dynamics simulation based on the Lennard-Jones potential to study the effects that temperature and velocity have on, the nanojet droplet ejection process, when the droplet is ejected at an angle onto a moving plate’s surface. According to the analysis, it was found that the width of the spreading droplet increased as the temperature and the time were increased. Also found was an energy wave phenomenon. The contact angle of the droplet deposited on the plate decreased as the temperature was increased. Furthermore, the layer phenomena became apparent when the atoms were deposited on a moving plate. Thinner film layers were obtained as the velocity of the moving plate was increased. The contact angle on the left side of the droplet was larger than that on the right side when the plate was moving from right to left.
    Relation: Applied Surface Science, v. 253, 2006, p. 1649-1654
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