Revolutionizing Foam Physics: A Cutting-Edge Drainage Equation Model for Wet Foam

  •  Ahmad M. Al-Qararah    


Foam physics is a field of study that scientists and researchers are interested in due to the vast range of uses, e.g. foam-foamed materials, oil extraction, and food processing. This study proposes a new equation for the drainage of wet foam that could add to the science of foam. To improve our comprehension of the intricate behaviour of wet foam, this model expands on a theoretical derivation. The usage of a bubble size formula that was proposed using the experimental data is one of the model's distinguishing characteristics. The size of foam bubbles can be predicted using this formula more precisely. A thorough derivation of the theoretical model is provided in the paper. Finally, this work presents a novel wet foam drainage model that has the potential to enhance the field of foam physics. The results of this work have important implications for industries. Therefore, more study is needed for developing a two dimensional drainage equation.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1916-9639
  • ISSN(Online): 1916-9647
  • Started: 2009
  • Frequency: semiannual

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