Research hotspot: can you use the Taylor cone 49.3° to carry out the cone design and make the electrospinning attach the cone to the tip spinning? And how can you change electrospinning orientation?
The Taylor cone is formed by a spinning solution that is stretched by the electric field. If the needle is designed to be a 49°, solution will extrude from the tip of the needle and then formed into a Taylor cone. The orientation problem is to control the fiber distribution by changing the applied electric field.