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Cavitation in linear bubbles

  • MICHAEL P. BRENNER (a1)
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Recent work has developed a beautiful model system for studying the energy focusing and heating power of collapsing bubbles. The bubble is effectively one-dimensional and the collapse and heating can be quantitatively measured. Thermal effects are shown to play an essential role in the time-dependent dynamics.

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