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Bubble Dynamics on a Hot Surface
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10.This decoupling of mechanical and thermal effects, first noted by M. S. Plesset and S. A. Zwick [J. Appl. Phys. 25, 493 (1954)], applies for sufficiently slow bubble growth rates.
11.This paper presents the first of a two part study of the proposed model. Derived results concerning the nature of Φ are anticipated from analysis, currently in progress, of a special case (mentioned in Sec. 4) of the complete (liquid‐solid) problem.
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13.The case describes growth of an isolated bubble in an initially uniform liquid which is being uniformly heated at the constant rate This problem has been treated by S. A. Zwick, Phys. Fluids 3, 685 (1960).
14.This is the Rayleigh equation, obtained by integrating the momentum equation over the liquid.
15.Variables carrying a subscript s pertain to the solid heating surface. In the Sehrock‐Perrais experiment this was 1‐mil thick platinum.
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