The Engineering of Droplets and their Formation in a Commercial Inkjet Printer

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Bill describes how the minimization of surface area and inertia compete to form droplets. He then shows how engineers use this knowledge to create precisely-sized droplets in a commercial inkjet printer -- the type used to print expiration dates on food packages.

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Great video as usual - thanks Bill

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Always a clear cut explanation. You are the real engineering guy

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Benjamin Lunsky

Fantastic Video engineerguy. Thank you. Quick question - "the surface area to volume ratio of a sphere is double that of an optimised cylinder with the same radius - should it not be volume to surface area ratio? i.e. more volume per surface area, not more surface area per volume?

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This video has laminar flow, somebody call Destin from Smarter Everyday!

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Jason Armond

I'm not an engineer and never really thought about droplets before, but wow, I genuinely found this video fascinating. Thank you!

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