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The bubble electrospinningis a peerless technology for mass-production of various functional nanofibers. During the spinning process, multiple jets are ejected, which might be interacted with each other. The interaction might result in mass transfer, energy transfer and force in balance, all these factors will greatly affect the mechanical property and morphology of the resultant fibers. A theoretical model is established to study the two-jets combination during the spinning process, the mass conservation and momentum conservationare considered, and the combined fiber’s diameter and moving velocity are theoretically elucidated. The present theory analysis can be easily extended to multile jets interation.
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