FURI | Summer 2020

Ligament Breakup in a Sheer Flow

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The goal of this research is to create a database of how a ligament, or a string of fluid, breaks up into droplets from an external flow. To create a model of this breakup, different parameters of the ligament will be changed, simulated, and analyzed. By creating this database, it makes further research feasible because without a model, the time it takes to simulate this breakup is too high. After sufficient data is analyzed, machine learning can be used to create a model for future research.

Student researcher

Joshua Spencer

Mechanical engineering

Hometown: Mesa, Arizona, United States

Graduation date: Fall 2020

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