The history effect on bubble growth and dissolution. Part 2. Experiments and simulations of a spherical bubble attached to a horizontal flat plate

@inproceedings{PeasLpez2017TheHE,
  title={The history effect on bubble growth and dissolution. Part 2. Experiments and simulations of a spherical bubble attached to a horizontal flat plate},
  author={Pablo Pe{\~n}as-L{\'o}pez and 'Alvaro Moreno Soto Miguel and Arianna Parrales and Devaraj van der Meer and Detlef Lohse and Javier Rodriguez-Rodriguez},
  year={2017}
}
The accurate description of the growth or dissolution dynamics of a soluble gas bubble in a super- or undersaturated solution requires taking into account a number of physical effects that contribute to the instantaneous mass transfer rate. One of these effects is the so-called history effect. It refers to the contribution of the local concentration boundary layer around the bubble that has developed from past mass transfer events between the bubble and liquid surroundings. In Part 1 of this… CONTINUE READING

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