Description: "The study of the breakup of a liquid jet moving in another medium, for example, a jet of fuel from a nozzle, shows that for sufficiently large outflow velocities the jet breaks up into a certain number of drops of different diameters. At still larger outflow velocities, the continuous part of the jet practically vanishes and the jet immediately breaks up at the nozzle into a large number of droplets of varying diameters (the case of "atomization"). The breakup mechanism in this case has a very complicated character and is quite irregular, with the droplets near the nozzle forming a divergent cone" (p. 1).
Date: April 1951
Creator: Borodin, V. A. & Dityakin, Y. F.
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