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Title: Slender bubbles: Inertial effects and stability
Authors: Favelukis, M. 
Lavrenteva, O.M.
Nir, A.
Keywords: Breakup
Extensional Flow
Issue Date: 2005
Citation: Favelukis, M.,Lavrenteva, O.M.,Nir, A. (2005). Slender bubbles: Inertial effects and stability. Annual Technical Conference - ANTEC, Conference Proceedings 1 : 220-224. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The influence of inertia on the deformation and breakup of a slender bubble embedded in a Newtonian liquid in an axisymmetric extensional flow has been theoretically studied. The steady-state problem is governed by two dimensionless parameters: The capillary number and the Reynolds number for the external flow. The calculated stationary deformation reveals the existence of multiple solutions. A stability analysis of these results is used to distinguish between stable and unstable solutions and to establish the break-up point.
Source Title: Annual Technical Conference - ANTEC, Conference Proceedings
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