3-D Particle Modeling of Gas Bubbles in a Liquid
We use a molecular aggregate approach and classical, molecular dynamics type formulas to simulate the motion of gas bubbles within a liquid. For application, the liquid is taken to be water while the gas is taken to be carbon dioxide. The resulting dynamical equations are large systems of second-order, nonlinear, ordinary differential equations which are solved by a time-stepping numerical method. The rise of the bubbles and the motion of the water near the bubbles are described and discussed.
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Korlie, Mark, "3-D Particle Modeling of Gas Bubbles in a Liquid" (2000). Department of Mathematics Facuty Scholarship and Creative Works. 29.