mist droplet

mist droplet

[′mist ‚dräp·lət]
(meteorology)
A particle of mist, intermediate between a haze droplet and a fog drop.
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The average diameter of the mist droplet was approximately calculated from an expression given by Lang [13]:
Testing will include fire suppression events in a representative spacecraft atmosphere and measuring the mist droplet properties that are key to this technology s effectiveness.
EHD is an electronic nebulization process in which an electrical field is applied to a conductive liquid leading to the formation of a soft mist droplet aerosol.
The difference between a mist and a fog system is that a mist droplet is larger than a fog droplet.
Mist eliminator basically eradicates the contaminants from the process air emissions, which evolves mist droplets. The contaminants are majorly oil mist, machine coolant mist, acid mists and other entrained mist.
Available in four sizes depending on the needs of the application, a single DustBoss unit can cover up to five American football fields with billions of mist droplets approximately 50 to 200 microns in diameter.
The spatial density of the mist droplets was determined for 100, 80, and 50% of saturation.