Mogens T. Levinsen

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When a container of fluid is oscillated vertically, capillary waves develop on the surface if the amplitude exceeds a critical value. Experimentally one finds that the motion of small particles on the surface of the fluid is close to Brownian. Here we study the relative motion of particle pairs. The experiment establishes that particle motion is strongly(More)
We examine particle trajectories in capillary waves formed on a water surface subject to vertical vibrations. We focus on the role of a distinct length scale present in our experiment, namely, the wavelength l of the surface waves. We observe non-Brownian particle trajectories with a fractal dimension D different from the random walk value D ෇ 2. A(More)
On the surface of a vertically oscillated uid, capillary waves with a clearly discernible wavelength are formed if the amplitude of the oscillations exceeds a critical value. Particles sprinkled on the uid surface are experimentally found to move in an almost Brownian motion when measured over distances larger than. We extend earlier studies of the(More)
We present direct observations of period doubling in the flash to flash pulse heights in single-bubble sonoluminescence. States involved are stable, spherically symmetry broken. Observations are made using seven detectors distributed in the equatorial plane of the bubble. Contrary to earlier experiments by Holt et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 72, 1376 (1994)],(More)
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