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|Title:||High-speed imaging of drops and bubbles|
|Authors:||Thoroddsen, S.T. |
|Source:||Thoroddsen, S.T., Etoh, T.G., Takehara, K. (2008). High-speed imaging of drops and bubbles. Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics 40 : 257-285. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev.fluid.40.111406.102215|
|Abstract:||This review presents recent technological advances in charge-coupled-device ultrahigh-speed video cameras and their applications in experimental fluid mechanics. Following a brief review of the various high-speed camera types, we point out the advantages of the new technology. Then we show examples of how these cameras are leading to new discoveries in the study of free-surface flows, emphasizing the dynamics of drops and bubbles. We specifically review work on the basic singularities occurring when liquid masses come into contact and coalesce, or break apart during the pinch-off of drops or bubbles from a vertical nozzle. We briefly discuss the imaging of cavitation bubbles and finish by outlining future prospects for these sensors. Copyright © 2008 by Annual Reviews. All rights reserved.|
|Source Title:||Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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