Motion of a spherical cloud of bubbles in a liquid with motionless packing
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On the basis of Darcy's linear law of resistance, the problem of the ascent of a spherical cloud of bubbles in an infinite liquid with a motionless solid phase is solved. The influence of inertia of the liquid on the character of cloud deformation is discussed.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Spherical Cloud Infinite Liquid
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