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D. Attinger D. Poulikakos
 

Summary: D. Attinger
Z. Zhao
D. Poulikakos
Laboratory of Thermodynamics
in Emerging Technologies,
Institute of Energy Technology,
Swiss Federal Institute of
Technology (ETH),
8092 Zurich, Switzerland
An Experimental Study of Molten
Microdroplet Surface Deposition
and Solidification: Transient
Behavior and Wetting Angle
Dynamics
The basic problem of the impact and solidification of molten droplets on a substrate is of
central importance to a host of processes. An important and novel such process in the
area of micromanufacturing is solder jetting where microscopic solder droplets are dis-
pensed for the attachment of microelectronic components. Despite the recent appearance
of a few numerical studies focusing on the complex transient aspects of this process, no
analogous experimental results have been reported to date to the best of our knowledge.

  

Source: Attinger, Daniel - Department of Mechanical Engineering, Columbia University

 

Collections: Engineering