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20 Aug Freezing droplet: research University of Twente



English:
A droplet on a deep-frozen surface turns into a conical shape. Scientists of the University of Twente (Physics of Fluids) found out why, by looking into the droplet. Their results are also important for other processes where liquid droplets solidify ‘from the bottom’, like 3D printing.

Nederlands:
Een druppel die op een ijskoude plaat valt en bevriest, blijft niet rond maar wordt kegelvormig. Onderzoek van de Universiteit Twente (Physics of Fluids) laat zien wat er binnenin de druppel gebeurt. Het geeft ook meer inzicht in processen zoals 3D-printing, die met stollende druppels werken.

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