A Computationally Quick Approach to Predict Molten Droplet Solidification on a Solid Surface

Solid particles sucked in with the air melt in the combustion chamber and solidify on the turbine blades and cooling holes causing deformation and damage to the engine. In a new study, researchers have examined the solidification process of molten droplets with the aim of helping develop a universal model to predict their deposition in jet engines
Solid particles sucked in with the air melt in the combustion chamber and solidify on the turbine blades and cooling holes causing deformation and damage to the engine. In a new study, researchers have examined the solidification process of molten droplets with the aim of helping develop a universal model to predict their deposition in jet engines | Photo courtesy: PublicDomainPictures from Pixabay

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