Robert Mettin: abstract ICMS2000

Investigations of cavitation bubble dynamics by means of fast cinematography

R. Mettin, S. Luther, O. Lindau, P. Koch, and W. Lauterborn

Drittes Physikalisches Institut, Universität Göttingen,
Bürgerstraße 42-44, D-37073 Göttingen, Germany


Abstract

High-speed cinematography serves as an excellent tool for investigation of cavitation bubble dynamics on various time scales. We report on methods and results in two cases: The aspherical bubble collapse is studied with up to 100 million frames per second, and the fast motion of many bubbles in an acoustic field is recorded at a picture rate of 2250 per second.
[Note: Figure 3 is missing in the original article in the book, but not in the file you can get here.]


in: M. Ilgamov, I. Akhatov, S. Urmancheev (Eds.): Dynamics of Multiphase Systems,
Proceedings of ICMS Conference, June 15-17, 2000, Ufa, Bashkortostan, Russia (2000), pp. 279-287.


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