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Flow of a liquid over large gas bubbles

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An equation is given which allows calculation of the variation in size of a gas bubble as it moves through a liquid. It has been shown experimentally that the flow of a liquid over large deformed gas bubbles is not separated.

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Brandt, B.B., Perazich, D.I. Flow of a liquid over large gas bubbles. Journal of Engineering Physics 10, 129–130 (1966). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00834552

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