I am just thinking about this phenomenon: We have a horizontal pipeline with a flowing liquid, which contains a small bubble of gas. How do the dimensions of this bubble change when it reaches a ...
When we pour vine or some other drink why bubbles move upward and what law they follow or what is the law that describe that motion? One other question If we consider a simple two phase flow between ...
In water bubbles rise up to the surface. As it rises, does the bubble's pressure decrease or stay the same? I think stays the same.
In boiling soapy water, globs of soap coalesce as the temperature increases to boiling. Does this mean that temperature increases the gravitational pull of bodies?
Is the acceleration of a basic soap bubble the same as the standard value of gravitational acceleration 9.81 m/s^2 when it is dropping in a windless space? I have used the Newton's 2nd law to prove ...