Palletizing software developed for multifunctional use of an industrial robot

Şişman, Abdullah


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Droplet evaporation governs many heat- and mass-transfer processes germane in nature and industry. In the past 3 centuries, transient techniques have been developed to characterize the evaporation of sessile droplets. These methods have difficulty in reconciling transient effects induced by the droplet shape and size changes during evaporation. Furthermore, investigation of evaporation of microdroplets residing on wetting substrates, or fluids having low surface tensions (<30 mN/m), is difficult to perform ...
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Citation Formats
A. Şişman, “Palletizing software developed for multifunctional use of an industrial robot,” Middle East Technical University, 1994.