Geometry and Topology of Two-Dimensional Dry Foams: Computer Simulation and Experimental Characterization.

@article{Tong2017GeometryAT,
  title={Geometry and Topology of Two-Dimensional Dry Foams: Computer Simulation and Experimental Characterization.},
  author={Mingming Tong and Katie Cole and Pablo R. Brito-Parada and S. J. Neethling and Jan J. Cilliers},
  journal={Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids},
  year={2017},
  volume={33 15},
  pages={
          3839-3846
        }
}
Pseudo-two-dimensional (2D) foams are commonly used in foam studies as it is experimentally easier to measure the bubble size distribution and other geometric and topological properties of these foams than it is for a 3D foam. Despite the widespread use of 2D foams in both simulation and experimental studies, many important geometric and topological relationships are still not well understood. Film size, for example, is a key parameter in the stability of bubbles and the overall structure of… CONTINUE READING
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