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Vendredi 1er Avril 2022 / IUSTI

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Séminaire IUSTI

Acoustic signature of a bursting soap bubble

Orateur : Adrien Bussonnière – MSC, Paris

Abstract : Many familiar events feature a distinctive sound : paper crumpling or tearing, squeaking doors, rain drumming on the ground or the characteristic bubbling sound of boiling water. Though hardly noticeable in our daily environment, these common place sounds carry a profusion of informations about the fleeting physical processes at the root of acoustic emission. In this talk we investigate the popping sound emitted by a bursting soap bubble seen as a paradigm of violently evolving liquid interfaces ; by making use of acoustic antennae and high speed cameras and taking advantage of aeroacoustics conceptual framework, we reveal how the forces due to capillarity, thin film flow and out-of-equilibrium dynamics of surfactants shape the acoustic signature of bursting bubbles. This study provides new informations on the forces exerted by interfaces, paving the way for a complement tool to study violent events.

Date et lieu : vendredi 1er avril à 11h, en salle 250 à l’IUSTI