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Toroidal Bubbles

July7

A quite amazing phenomena, toroidal bubbles can be found in many fluids. Technically, During the collapse of a bubble near a surface, a high-speed liquid jet often forms and subsequently impacts upon the opposite bubble surface. The jet impact transforms the originally singly-connected bubble to a toroidal bubble, and generates circulation in the flow around […]

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Forever blowing bubbles, mathematically speaking…

June30

Robert I. Saye, a PhD student in applied mathematics, and┬áJames A Sethian, professor of mathematics at University of California, Berkeley, have come up with a set of mathematical equations to describe how the bubbles in foam rearrange themselves. The problem with describing foams mathematically has been that the evolution of a bubble cluster a few […]

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