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The transition from gas bubble to void growth

M R. Hayns

The transition from gas bubble to void growth

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Published by AERE in Harwell .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementTheoretical Physics Division.
SeriesAERE-R8806
ContributionsAtomic Energy Research Establishment. Theoretical Physics Division.
The Physical Object
Pagination62p.
Number of Pages62
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15114278M
ISBN 100705802884
OCLC/WorldCa636099399

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Gas in the cavity. The true void has zero pressure and the tiny intragranular bubbles can be The transition from gas bubble to void growth book by fission gas at pressures of hundreds of MPa.

The equilibrium bubble. The two diagrams in Fig. describe the mechanical stress balance at the surface of a cavity containing gas at pressure p. Nucleation and growth of a gas bubble in magma. It is shown that the high viscosity of the melt makes possible the transition from the Rayleigh equation to a simpler relation for the radial.

For bubble columns of moderate height the static head is sufficiently low for the expansion of the rising bubbles to be negligible. Consequently, the gas density, the volumetric flow rate of the gas, and the void fraction are sensibly constant.

In this case, equation is readily integrated to give the pressure drop over a dispersion of. Hence, evolution of gaseous bubbles in a liquid results in processes of association via contacts between bubbles. Correspondingly, the evolution of a gas in a liquid, with the gas inserted into the liquid in the form of individual molecules or small bubbles, consists in bubble growth and bubble loss by by: 4.

Nucleation is usually a stochastic (random) process, so even in two identical systems nucleation will occur at different times. This behaviour is similar to radioactive decay.A common mechanism is illustrated in the animation to the right.

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Gas bubble growth plays an important. A great deal of research has accordingly been carried out to develop boiling (i.e., liquid–vapor phase change)-based thermal management process. Boiling is a very complex phenomenon that involves nucleation, bubble growth, departure, rewetting of the heater surface, and the resulting mixing of the surrounding fluid.

The small gas bubble in the droplet, whose diameter decreases with the rise of pressure, is found to extinguish when it reaches a certain critical pressure at a certain finite bubble diameter.

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With the neglect of the translational motion of the bubble, approximate solutions may be found for the rate of solution by diffusion of a gas bubble in an undersaturated liquid-gas solution; approximate solutions are also presented for the rate of growth of a bubble in an oversaturated liquid-gas solution.

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