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Sequentially estimating the dynamic contact angle of sessile saliva droplets in view of SARS-CoV-2

by   Sudeep R. Bapat, et al.

Estimating the contact angle of a virus infected saliva droplet is seen to be an important area of research as it presents an idea about the drying time of the respective droplet and in turn of the growth of the underlying pandemic. In this paper we extend the data presented by Balusamy, Banerjee and Sahu [Lifetime of sessile saliva droplets in the context of SARS-CoV-2, Int. J. Heat Mass Transf. 123, 105178 (2021)], where the contact angles are fitted using a newly proposed half-circular wrapped-exponential model, and a sequential confidence interval estimation approach is established which largely reduces both time and cost with regards to data collection.


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