In the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, a new research reveals how tiny droplets carrying the virus can remain in the air for some time.
Special Thanks to:
Mr. Kazuhiro Tateda, president of the Japanese Association for Infectious Disease, SHIN NIPPON AIR TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. (Fine Particle Visualization System) and Dr. YAMAKAWA Masashi, Kyoto Institute of Technology.
Dr. Yamakawa’s simulation CG illustrates how micro-droplets generally behave. It is not yet known how the coronavirus infection can spread through micro-droplets, in terms of both time and distance.
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