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Frontiers of the physics of foams

By D. Weaire, G. Verbist, S. J. Cox and S. Hutzler

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Weaire, D., Verbist, G., Cox, S.J. and Hutzler, S. (2001) Frontiers of the Physics of Foams. Proc. 1st Intl. Symposium on Microgravity Research and Applications in Physical Sciences and Biotechnology, Sorrento, Italy, p103-108.We review recent progress in the physics of foams. While substantial, it is mainly directed towards stable, static, dry foams. The expanding frontiers of the subject include the prospective use of microgravity to create stable wet foams. The ESA-funded project "Hydrodynamics of Wet Foams" is aimed at this objective.authorsversio

Topics: THROUGH AQUEOUS FOAMS, DRAINAGE EQUATION, LIQUID
Publisher: European Space Agency
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:cadair.aber.ac.uk:2160/11701
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