Experimental study of geometrical characteristics of distilled water and aqueous ethanol solution droplets evaporating on aluminum surface
National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk, Russia
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Published online: 25 October 2017
Change of geometrical characteristics of distilled water and aqueous ethanol solution droplets was studied under their evaporation on aluminum surface. According to change in the contact diameter three evaporation modes of distilled water droplet on polished aluminum surface were detected: increase in the contact area, pinning of a droplet (constant contact area), and droplet depinning (decrease in the contact diameter). During evaporation of aqueous ethanol solution droplets, two evaporation modes were detected: increase in the contact area, and droplet depinning.
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