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Atomization and Sprays
Facteur d'impact: 1.737 Facteur d'impact sur 5 ans: 1.518 SJR: 0.814 SNIP: 1.18 CiteScore™: 2.2

ISSN Imprimer: 1044-5110
ISSN En ligne: 1936-2684

Volume 30, 2020

Volume 29, 2019

Volume 28, 2018

Volume 27, 2017

Volume 26, 2016

Volume 25, 2015

Volume 24, 2014

Volume 23, 2013

Volume 22, 2012

Volume 21, 2011

Volume 20, 2010

Volume 19, 2009

Volume 18, 2008

Volume 17, 2007

Volume 16, 2006

Volume 15, 2005

Volume 14, 2004

Volume 13, 2003

Volume 12, 2002

Volume 11, 2001

Volume 10, 2000

Volume 9, 1999

Volume 8, 1998

Volume 7, 1997

Volume 6, 1996

Volume 5, 1995

Volume 4, 1994

Volume 3, 1993

Volume 2, 1992

Volume 1, 1991

Atomization and Sprays

Editor-in-Chief Europe: Günter Brenn

Editor-in-Chief Asia: David L. S. Hung

Editor-in-Chief Americas: Marcus Herrmann

Founding Editor: Norman Chigier

Objectifs et champs d'application

The application and utilization of sprays is not new, and in modern society, it is extensive enough that almost every industry and household uses some form of sprays. What is new is an increasing scientific interest in atomization - the need to understand the physical structure of liquids under conditions of higher shear rates and interaction with gaseous flow. This need is being met with the publication of Atomization and Sprays, an authoritative, international journal presenting high quality research, applications, and review papers.

La plupart des articles téléchargés

OUTCOMES FROM A DROP IMPACT ON SOLID SURFACES
Romain Rioboo, Cameron Tropea, Marco Marengo

ON THE USE OF DYNAMIC MODE DECOMPOSITION FOR LIQUID INJECTION
Scott B. Leask, Vincent G. McDonell, Scott Samuelsen

STUDY OF PRIMARY BREAKUP OF MOLTEN TIN DURING POWDER PRODUCTION IN FREE-FALL CONFIGURATION
Supriya Sarkar, W. S. Prashanth, T. N. C. Anand, P. V. Sivaprasad, Shamit Bakshi

BREAKUP AND ATOMIZATION OF A KEROSENE JET IN CROSSFLOWAT ELEVATED PRESSURE
Julian Becker, Christoph Hassa

THE INFLUENCE OF GEOMETRICAL AND OPERATIONAL PARAMETERS ON INTERNAL FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNALLY MIXING TWIN-FLUID Y-JET ATOMIZERS
Yasir Hayat Nazeer, M. Ehmann, P. Koukouvinis, Manolis Gavaises

MODELING SPRAY ATOMIZATION WITH THE KELVIN-HELMHOLTZ/RAYLEIGH-TAYLOR HYBRID MODEL
Jennifer C. Beale, Rolf D. Reitz