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- Flight experiments are planned on drops containing bubbles. The experiments involve stimulating the drop via non-uniform heating and rotation. The resulting trajectories of the bubbles as well as the shapes of the drops and bubble will be videotaped and analyzed later frame-by-frame on the ground. Supporting ground based experiments are planned in the area of surface tension driven motion of bubbles, the behavior of compound drops settling in an immiscible liquid and the shapes and trajectories of large bubbles and drops in a rotating liquid. Theoretical efforts will be directed at thermocapillary migration of drops and bubbles, surfactant effects on such migration, and the behavior of compound drops.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19890010939.
Accession ID: 89N20310.
NASA, Washington, Microgravity Science and Applications Flight Programs, January - March 1987, Selected Papers, Volume 2; p 593-603.
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