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Dynamics of nonspherical microbubble oscillations above instability threshold

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Time-resolved dynamics of nonspherical oscillations of micrometer-sized bubbles are captured and analyzed using high-speed imaging. The axisymmetry of the bubble shape is ensured with certainty for the first time from the recordings of two synchronous high-speed cameras located at 90 . The temporal dynamics of finite-amplitude nonspherical oscillations are then analyzed for various acoustic pressures above the instability threshold. The experimental results are compared with recent theories accounting for nonlinearities and mode coupling, highlighting particular effects inherent to these mechanisms (saturation of the instability, triggering of nonparametric shape modes). Finally, the amplitude of the nonspherical oscillations is given as function of the driving pressure both for quadrupolar and octupolar bubbles.
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hal-01705578 , version 1 (09-02-2018)

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Matthieu Guédra, Sarah Cleve, Cyril Mauger, Philippe Blanc-Benon, Claude Inserra. Dynamics of nonspherical microbubble oscillations above instability threshold. Physical Review E , 2017, 96 (6), pp.063104. ⟨10.1103/PhysRevE.96.063104⟩. ⟨hal-01705578⟩
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