A moving optical fibre technique for structure analysis of heterogeneous products: application to the determination of the bubble-size distribution in liquid foams.

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Bisperink, C. G. J.; Akkerman, J. C.; Prins, A.; Ronteltap, A. D.;
(1992)
  • Publisher: DigitalCommons@USU
  • Subject: bubble-size distribution | coalescence | Geïntegreerde levensmiddelentechnologie en -fysica | disproportionation | physical stability | Foams | optical fibre | Integrated Food Science and Food Physics | drainage | Food Science
    arxiv: Condensed Matter::Soft Condensed Matter | Physics::General Physics | Physics::Computational Physics | Physics::Fluid Dynamics

The bubble-size distribution in liquid foams measured as a function of time can be used to distinguish between the physical processes that determine the breakdown of foams. A new method based on an optical fibre technique was developed to measure various foam characteri... View more
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