atomization


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nebulization

 [neb″u-lĭ-za´shun]
1. conversion into a spray; called also atomization.
2. treatment by a spray.

at·om·i·za·tion

(at'ŏm-i-zā'-shŭn),
Spray production; reduction of a fluid to small droplets.

atomization

/at·om·i·za·tion/ (at″om-ĭ-za´shun) nebulization.

at·om·i·za·tion

(at'ŏm-ī-zā'-shŭn)
Spray production; reduction of a fluid to small-droplets.

atomization

the act or process of breaking up a liquid into a fine spray.
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With the combination of the atomization model, we will discuss in detail in the later sections.
Atomization is realized by increasing the injection pressure.
Leanne Collazzo, current site leader of the Parker facility, has been named the general manager for the new Advanced Atomization Technologies, LLC, Parker said.
In the present paper, atomization of lubricant oil (ISO 10) during compression of R-134a in a household reciprocating compressor is investigated both experimentally and theoretically.
Bastos-Netto; Generalized Liquid Film Atomization Theory, Journal of Thermal Science 9(3), 265 (2000).
The schematic diagram of the ultrasonic atomization unit is depicted in Fig.
Ideally, it is desirable to have a solvent that allows a low viscosity for the best atomization, yet evaporates quickly, preventing low viscosity on the substrate.
A host of factors influence the design and quality of the process and product including feed solution, atomization and process temperatures.
Gas atomization of molten metals for metal powder production or spray forming (Spray casting) applications is often done by means of atomization nozzles, where the disintegration of the melt is due to impinging high kinetic energy inert gas jets.
The new atomizing spray nozzles from Lee Products generate a precise 50[degrees] hollow cone spray pattern to ensure controlled atomization in a very compact package.
This is an FDA-listed medical device for nasal drug administration that delivers a topical sinus treatment by applying positive-pressure atomization to the sinuses.