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Conditions for Barrel and Clam-Shell Liquid Drops to Move on Bio-inspired Conical Wires
(Springer Nature, August 29,)
It has been reported that, in a foggy environment, water drops with either barrel or clam-shell shapes are capable of self-running on conical wire-like structures, such as cactus spines, spider silk, and water striders’ ...
Self-propulsion of Leidenfrost Drops between Non-Parallel Structures
(Springer Nature, 20 Septemb)
In this work, we explored self-propulsion of a Leidenfrost drop between non-parallel structures. A theoretical model was first developed to determine conditions for liquid drops to start moving away from the corner of two ...