Experiment # 16
Droplet Size vs Lateral Distance

The paddle blade inside the stainless steel drum rotates at speeds ranging from 10 mph (a runner running a 6 minute mile) to over 120 mph/nearly 200 kph. Spin of the blade is controlled to show varying impact speed into a blood source can cause blood to break down into a range of blood drop volumes. This apparatus also illustrates how far blood droplets can travel along a horizontal vector.




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