The paper investigates the dynamics of bubble departures from a glass nozzle submerged in a tank filled with distilled water. Air pressure and liquid flow inside the nozzle are simultaneously recorded using a data acquisition system and a high speed camera. The recurrence plot and cross recurrence plot methods are used to identify the loss of synchronization between air pressure fluctuations and the depth of liquid flow inside the nozzle during chaotic bubble departures. We claim that the synchronization between pressure fluctuations and the depth of liquid penetration inside the nozzle is suppressed during chaotic bubble departures. The experimental results show agreement with the numerical findings. The results demonstrate that the non-linearities of processes occurring during liquid penetration inside the nozzle have a significant impact on the synchronization between the time histories of pressure and the corresponding depths of liquid penetration inside the nozzle.
Meccanica – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 17, 2016
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