Show simple item record Janiaud, Eric Cox, Simon John 2008-04-23T09:26:43Z 2008-04-23T09:26:43Z 2008-09-01
dc.identifier.citation Janiaud , E & Cox , S J 2008 , ' On the structure of quasi-two-dimensional foams ' Philosophical Magazine Letters , vol 88 , no. 9-10 , pp. 693-701 . DOI: 10.1080/09500830802068508 en
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dc.description S.J. Cox and E. Janiaud (2008) On the structure of quasi-two-dimensional foams. Phil. Mag. Letts. 88:693-701 Philosophical Magazine Letters Volume 88, Issue 9-10, 2008 Special Issue: Solid and Liquid Foams. In commemoration of Manuel Amaral Fortes The full text will be available 12 months after publication Sponsorship: We thank K. Brakke for his development and maintenance of the Surface Evolver code, I. Cantat, N. Denkov and F. Graner for their insightful comments on this work, and the participants in the Grenoble Foam Mechanics Workshop (2008) for their suggestions. EJ thanks D. Weaire and S. Hutzler for support, and ESA (MAP AO-99-108:C14914/02/NL/SH, MAP AO-99-075:C14308/00/NL/SH) for funding. SJC thanks the British Council Alliance programme, CNRS and EPSRC (EP/D048397/1, EP/D071127/1) for financial support. en
dc.description.abstract Bubble monolayers are widely used to probe the rheology of aqueous foams, and liquid content plays an important role in the response. We analyse the liquid distribution within three different types of two-dimensional foam, and predict (i) the rigidity loss transition in each case and (ii) the fraction of the bounding surfaces touched by the liquid network. The latter quantity allows the liquid fraction in an experiment to be determined non-invasively by image analysis. en
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dc.title On the structure of quasi-two-dimensional foams en
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dc.contributor.institution Mathematical Modelling of Structures, Solids and Fluids en
dc.contributor.institution Department of Physics en
dc.description.status Peer reviewed en

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