empirical relationship is developed to describe the splashing threshold on rough surfaces. Further differences in the splashing threshold of porous surfaces are presented.
Splashing "I am splashing. I am splashing," sang Jack the jumping fish. Jack just jumped and jumped. His friend Steven swam to Jack. Steven was a fish, too, but he didn't want to jump.
1 P2.29 The Spurious Effects of Splashing Precipitation on Droplet Measurements and the Lack of Natural Cloud Droplets in a RICO Rain Shaft Brad Baker* and Qixu Mo 1.
Splashing Tetra (also called Jumping Characin or Spraying Characin) Copeina Arnoldi Natural Range Splashing Tetras enjoy slow moving rivers, particularly heavily vegetated banks in Guyana, South America.
Dynamic Simulation of Splashing Fluids JamesF. O'Brienand Jessica K. Hodgins College of Computing Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 30332-0280 [obrienj j jkh]@cc.gatech.edu Abstract: In this pa per we describeamethod for modeling the dynamicbehavior of splashing fluids.
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Theoretical and Experimental Comparison of Splashing in Different Materials M. Khaleeq-ur- Rahman, M. S. Rafique, Khurram Siraj, Shazia Shahid, M. S. Anwar, and Hafsa Faiz Advance physics Lab. Research Center University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore.
BETWEEN BOUNCING AND SPLASHING: WATER DROPS ONA SOLID SURFACE BOJANDURICKOVIC AND KATHLEENVARLAND Abstract. A water drop falling on a super-hydrophobic surface can exhibit two qualitativelydierent types of behavior: bouncing (small Weber numbers) and splashing (large Weber numbers).
The influence of liquid pool temperature on the critical impact Weber number for splashing SamuelL. Manzello a) and Jiann C. Yang Building and Fire Research Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20899 ~Received 15April 2002; accepted 7 October 2002 ...
Icing of ships. Part I: Splashing a ship with spray. ICING OF SHIPS. PART I: SPLASHING A SHIP WITH SPRAY. Medium fishing vessel splashed with wave-generated spray lnmoderate sea (according to Panov, 1976).