ARI researchers Santanu Chaudhuri and Wenbo Du are presenting at COMSOL's 2015 Conference in Boston. COMSOL, which produces one of the top multiphysics modeling software packages, hosts regular meetings for product users to show off what they are able to do using COMSOL's software tools.
The paper submitted by Chaudhuri and Du titled, "Multiphysics Model for Breakup of Charged Liquid Droplets in Electric Fields," seeks to bridge the gap between computer simulations and real-world behaviors of electrically-charged drops of liquid. This research has positive implications for advances in the spraying of paint and electrostatic synthesis of nanojets.
Check out the abstract here to learn more about this research.