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Cross correlation techniques for measuring velocity, bubble size and stability of foams.

Mundigalage Don Mahinda Samarasekera

Cross correlation techniques for measuring velocity, bubble size and stability of foams.

by Mundigalage Don Mahinda Samarasekera

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Published by The author in Bradford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

M.Sc. dissertation.

SeriesDissertations
The Physical Object
Pagination130p.
Number of Pages130
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Open LibraryOL20236373M

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Cross correlation techniques for measuring velocity, bubble size and stability of foams by Mundigalage Don Mahinda Samarasekera Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this work, we have quantified the influence of superficial gas velocity and sparger design on bubble size, gas hold-up, and bubble rise velocity in quadrilateral bubble column test rig ( x 0.

Among the available techniques for measuring bubble size (Randall et al., ; Grau and Heiskanen, ), the most used is the McGill Bubble Size Analyser (MBSA) (Hernandez-Aguilar et al., Zhang and Fruehan measured the effect of the bubble size on the foaming index as shown in Figurein which the foaming index is plotted against the reciprocal of average bubble diameter.

In order to vary the sizes of the bubbles widely, foams were generated either by injecting argon gas or by inducing slag–metal : Kimihisa Ito. Bubbles in Food 2 includes novel experimental techniques for measuring and quantifying the aerated structure of foods (e.g.

ultrasonics, MRI imaging, X-ray tomography, microscopy, rheology, image analysis), and novel analytical approaches for interpreting aerated food properties and behavior. These techniques and approaches provide stimulus for.

Foam is an object formed by trapping pockets of gas in a liquid or solid. A bath sponge and the head on a glass of beer are examples of foams.

In most foams, the volume of gas is large, with thin films of liquid or solid separating the regions of gas.

Soap foams are also known as suds. Solid foams can be closed-cell or closed-cell foam, the gas forms discrete pockets, each. 4 1 Emulsion Formation, Stability, and Rheology Flocculation This process refers to aggregation of the droplets (without any change in primary droplet size) into larger units.

It is the result of the van der Waals attraction that isCited by: Cavitation is a phenomenon in which rapid changes of pressure in a liquid lead to the formation of small vapor-filled cavities in places where the pressure is relatively low. When subjected to higher pressure, these cavities, called "bubbles" or "voids", collapse and can generate shock wave that is strong very close to the bubble, but rapidly weakens as it propagates away from the bubble.

CHAPTER 4 Key Multiphase Flow Metering Techniques This chapter presents a review of key measurement techniques, classified into those concerned with density measurement, velocity measurement, momentum flux measurement, mass flux measurement and elemental analysis.

The lubrication film between the bubble and the wall also helps in the comprehension of bubble velocity as it moves through the confinement [43,77].

The fine-tuning and comprehension of all these subtle parameters can produce foams of a controlled size, shape, Author: Ilham Maimouni, Cesare M.

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BUBBLE SIZE OF FOAM GENERATED WITH TERGITOLC Percent Tergitol 1 2 2 2 Screen size mesh mesh mesh 60 mesh Arithmetic mean bubble size, mm Bubble size range, mm - - - - aWater flow cm3/s; air flow x 10~3 m3/s ( gal/1, acfm). Surfactants exhibiting a low froth density with a moderate froth stability gave foams with acceptable cell size and uniformity.

Optical microscopy appeared to be a good tool for collecting information on bubble size and counts. Further work is planned as more information. The book is a must for industrial users of light scattering techniques characterizing a variety of particulate systems and for undergraduate or graduate students who want to learn how to use light scattering to study particular materials, in chemical engineering, material.

Until now colloid science books have either been theoretical, or focused on specific types of dispersion, or on specific applications.

This then is the first book to provide an integrated introduction to the nature, formation and occurrence, stability, propagation, and uses of the most common types of colloidal dispersion in the process-related industries.

All the foams exhibited a typical shear thinning behavior within the tested shear rate range (10– s −1) and the power law model was fitted on experimental data. They presented a set of empirical correlation to predict apparent viscosity of CO 2 foam. Power law indices were found to be strongly dependent on all process : Shehzad Ahmed, Alvinda Sri Hanamertani, Muhammad Rehan Hashmet.

The deformation of the bubble during the interactions can be described by the augmented Young–Laplace equation (2) where σ is the interfacial tension, R is the equivalent radius of the interacting bubble (R = 2(R 01 –1 + R 02 –1) −1 for bubble–bubble interaction and R = R 0 for bubble–surface interaction), and n = 1 for bubble Cited by: Afterwards, a velocity field is calculated from the displacement of the particles between the double images.

Usually, autocorrelation or cross-correlation techniques are used for further processing [68,69,70]. This allows a two-dimensional, two-velocity component (2D2C) measurement of the flow by: 6.

A novel methodology using cellulose fibres in foam laid media is proposed in order to produce biodegradable, low-density porous materials called foam-paper. Foam-forming is a process in which paper-making fibres are located among the bubbles created by aqueous solution of surfactant.

Finally, the suspension is de-watered and a 3D structure of fibre-network is made. Due to the 3D porous. The bubble size used in this experiment is about microns which is comparable to the largest bubble size ( microns) used for the diffusion measurements.

Effect on the Mean Flow Properties The mean velocity profiles in the now bubble contaminated flow field were re. Book of Abstracts 1. Contents as for the stability of foams and capillary bridges. However, most research has focused on linear wave Accurate measurement of the particle size is important to confirm the correlation between the particle behaviors and its size, so we measure the radius of each particle which.

(iii) bubble velocity using a cross- correlation to find the delay time between the two signals, (iv) the bubble length, and (v) indirectly the void fraction from the elongated bubble velocity. (Revellin et al ) categorize the voltage into two threshold voltage two distinguish the presence and absence liquid and vapor in the flow.

Evolution of Colloidal Matter JuneNew York City, USA Program. Thursday, J Complex Fluids Session Leader: Monica Olvera de la Cruz: AM - AM: Introductory Remarks: AM - AM "Information Content of Turbulence" Walter Goldburg.Fluid Kinematics: Velocity of fluid particle, types of fluid flow, description of flow, continuity equation, Coordinate free form, acceleration of fluid particle, rotational & irrotational flow, Laplace’s equation in velocity potential and Poisson’s equation in stream function, flow net.

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