Exp Fluids (2009) 47:549–550 DOI 10.1007/s00348-009-0722-6 ERRATUM Single bubble deformation and breakup in simple shear ﬂow Nadina Mu ¨ ller-Fischer Æ Philip Tobler Æ Marco Dressler Æ Peter Fischer Æ Erich J. Windhab Published online: 4 August 2009 Springer-Verlag 2009 Erratum to: Exp Fluids (2008) 45:917–926 deformation data are corrupted by the factor of two. DOI 10.1007/s00348-008-0509-1 Equations 5 and 10 in (2008) have to be rewritten as: 0:5 ﬃ 3:45 Ca ð1Þ Unfortunately, a published article contains error in the bubble dimension data. The modiﬁed analysis for the error 0:43 was given below. ¼ 3:1 Ca ð2Þ In the publication ‘Single bubble deformation and with a as bubble radius (instead of x as bubble diameter). breakup in simple shear ﬂow’ (2008) we report on the Using the correct bubble dimensions Figure 6 of Mu ¨ ller- bubble deformation and bubble breakup in simple shear Fischer et al. (2008) can be redrawn as shown in Fig. 1 ﬂow. The obtained results were compared to the previous showing the deformation parameter parameter L/a as a ﬁndings by Canedo et al. (1993) and Rust and Manga function of the Capillary number Ca. (2002) (Figure 6 of Mu ¨ ller-Fischer
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