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The temperature will significantly affect the surface tension of a bubble. By suitable control of the inside and outside temperature of the spun bubble, the surface tension can be vanished entirely. This zero-tension phenomenon is extremely helpful in the bubble electrospinning process. An experiment is designed to study the effect of the inside and outside temperature on the nanofibers diameter, and the theoretical prediction agrees well with the experimental data. This paper sheds a bright light on controlling the spinning process by temperature and hinting at a new trend in the 3-D printing technology.
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THERMAL SCIENCE YEAR 2022, VOLUME 26, ISSUE Issue 3, PAGES [2499 - 2503]
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