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Old   April 11, 2022, 18:07
Default Droplet detachmant normal to surface by acceleration
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I have the folowing problem: I want to detach a Droplet from a Hydrophilic spot by accelerationg the glas with the hydrophilic spot with an explosive( away from the droplets side).
The Rest of the Glas is hydrophobic, so the contact line ist fixed.
How can I calculate or simmulate at wich acceleration how much of the droplet ( for example 50%) will detach?
Sorry if this is a dumb question I am not very firm in Fluid Dynamics

Thanks for your help
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