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Measurement of extensional properties during free jet breakup

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This paper reports an experimental method for extracting the extensional properties of viscoelastic liquids during atomization. As a first approach, low-velocity free jets are considered. Such jets of viscoelastic liquids break with the formation of a beads-on-a-string pattern composed of quasi-spherical beads and quasi-cylindrical ligaments. The liquid extensional properties, i.e., the relaxation time and the terminal extensional viscosity, are measured by analyzing the ligament thinning. This analysis uses a statistical multi-scale description tool whose principle is explained for an ensemble of thinning cylinders. The tool is applied to free jets of dilute polymer solutions for several polymer concentrations , liquid flow rates and nozzle dimensions. Results show a correlation between the terminal extensional viscosity and the relaxation time in good agreement with the literature. The relaxation time is found to depend on an equivalent nozzle deformation rate. This behavior is due to polymer mechanical degradation in the nozzle. Because of its statistical nature, the method also returns the diameter distribution of the ligaments seen at each position along the jet. Ligament diameter distributions observed in more energetic atomization processes can thus be measured. The extensional properties can also be inferred from a temporal monitoring of these ligaments.
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hal-02442431 , version 1 (03-06-2020)

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Christophe Tirel, Marie-Charlotte Renoult, Christophe Dumouchel. Measurement of extensional properties during free jet breakup. Experiments in Fluids, 2020, 61 (2), ⟨10.1007/s00348-019-2845-8⟩. ⟨hal-02442431⟩
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