Climbing mountains with peaks of snow hurts a little

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SPLASH.

Last seen on: The Guardian – Cryptic Crossword No 28,653 – Jan 13 2022

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In fluid mechanics, a splash is a sudden disturbance to the otherwise quiescent free surface of a liquid (usually water). The disturbance is typically caused by a solid object suddenly hitting the surface, although splashes can occur in which moving liquid supplies the energy. This use of the word is onomatopoeic; in the past plash has been used. Splash also happens when a liquid droplet impacts on a liquid or a solid surface.[citation needed] In this case, a symmetric corona is usually formed as shown in Harold Edgerton’s famous milk splash photography. Historically, Worthington (1908) was the first one who systematically investigated the splash dynamics using photographs.[citation needed]

Splashes are characterized by transient ballistic flow, and are governed by the Reynolds number and the Weber number. In the image of a brick splashing into water, one can identify freely moving airborne water droplets, a phenomenon typical of high Reynolds number flows; the intricate non-spherical shapes of the droplets show that the Weber number is high.[citation needed] Also seen are entrained air bubbles in the body of the water, and an expanding ring of disturbance propagating away from the impact site.

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