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    In order to use the electrospinning process as a tool for producing materials with targeted fiber diameter for different applications, a simple method was developed for predicting the diameter of electrospun fibers. Validation experiments verified the accuracy of the model which offers an efficient method for fabricating nanofibers with a controllable and predictable fiber diameter.

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