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Transition of water from a liquid state to a water-crystalline mixture caused vibrations

Project: Visualization of Mechanical Processes

Journal: Visualization of Mechanical Processes: An International Online Journal

Article: METASTABLE SUPER COOLED WATER CRYSTALLIZATION IN ICE ACCRETION PROBLEM

Topics: Shock waves, Flow-structure interaction, Thermal boundary layer, Particle technology, Solidification, Low-temperature, Low-temperature thermophysics, Numerical methods

This movie shows that at the destruction of the ampoule (and the associated vibration), water transitions from a liquid to a water-crystalline mixture. On impact, solid supercooled droplets turn into the water-crystalline mixture during the heat exchange with the streamlined body, and the aerosol flow may lead to icing of the streamlined body.

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