Charge Injection into a Quiescent Dielectric Liquid

  • John Shrimpton
Part of the Heat and Mass Transfer book series (HMT)


Upstream of the atomizer orifice the dielectric liquid remains in a continuous phase. The physics acting on this region were discussed in the preceding sections however the analysis given automatically assumes that an electrical charge is present. The aim of this chapter is to describe how the electrical charge actually enters the dielectric liquid, the effect on the measurable electrical quantities and, depending on the operating conditions of the atomizer, additional physical phenomena that may arise.


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