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By Wesley L. Nyborg, Douglas L. Miller (auth.), L. van Wijngaarden (eds.)
A IUTAM (International Union of Theoretical and utilized Mechanics) Sympo sium 'Mechanics and Physics of Bubbles in drinks' was once held at Pasadena, Calif., united states from 15 via 19 June 1981. the current quantity includes the published model of approximately all papers learn on the Symposium. The examine of the behaviour of bubbles in beverages was once initially stimu lated by means of difficulties in cavitation and in boiling ofliquids. at the present time study is initiated through difficulties in lots of different fields besides. during this recognize a growing to be curiosity from the part of biomechanics can be pointed out. Ordering of the papers can be performed both in keeping with a few of the mechanical and actual elements of the topic or based on the fields of program. The presentaton on the Symposium contained just a little either; there has been a consultation on physico-chemical features for instance and likewise a consultation on organic purposes. The subdivision during this quantity follows approximately the classes within the Symposium. so much of them begin with a paper of a survey nature, reporting development made lately. the following, as in different fields of engineering technology, one notes the real half performed by way of experimental recommendations and via numerical analysis.
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1. Introduction Ordinary samples of sea water, tap water, or even distilled water form visible bubbles when subjected to tensile, ultrasonic, or supersaturation pressures as small as 1 atm. This is several orders of magnitude below the theoretical tensile strength of pure water, and it implies that cavitation must be initiated by processes other than modest changes in pressure and the random motion of water and gas molecules. Numerous experiments have demonstrated that cavitation thresholds can be significantly raised by degassing or by a preliminary application of static pressure [6, 16].
R~ :;~:~:I::::':::~:;;~~;:"'" ;;/ o 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 EXPOSURE PRESSURE IN ATM ASS Figure 2. Compilation of pressure-reduction tolerances versus exposure pressure for albino rats. ED-50 is the pressure reduction needed to produce decompression sickness in 50% of the animals. pressure reduction is just the critical supersaturation Pss needed to induce signs of decompression sickness in 50% of the subjects. Figure 2 demonstrates the importance of bubble nucleation as the primary and controlling even in decompression sickness.
New York: Dover. Reprint 4th ed, p 142. 9. Plesset MS (1969) The tensile strength of liquids. ASME fluids engineering and applied mechanics conference, Evanston, IL, pp 15-25. 10. Yount DE (1979) Application of a bubble formation model to decompression sickness in rats and humans. Aviat Space Environ Med 50:44-50. 11. Yount DE (1981) Application of a bubble nucleation model to decompression sickness in fingerling salmon. Undersea medical society annual scientific meeting. Undersea Biomed Res 8:34 (Abstract 42).