I have a question as below ;
from still water
How much velocity / acceleration (linear) is needed
to be imparted to water lying at rest (at atmospheric pressure) to convert it
into MIST ?
I know that Water is not
converted to mist by velocity or acceleration. It's
converted to mist by turbulent air flow on its
Re-phrasing a bit as ;
" I put water in open conduit (half pipe
section for example) and put it
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Ok I have received a project from my engineering class at
school and need some help.
Here it is: Please excuse the elementary task!!
Problem: I have to combine 2 liquids by using an injection type method.
The main component is H20 the other to be injected into the line of H20 is Syrup "Viscosity similar to H20".
I have to achieve a constant "set" flow rate of the syrup into the main line of water
when the water is flowing.
Solution: "My Idea" I will be putting together a PVC pipe with water flowing through it