Academic Laboratories

The following academic laboratories are involved in aqueous foam research spanning a wide range of interests. The listing is by country and alphabetical by principal researcher surname. The character of the individual program is best evaluated by viewing the references. The contact information is incomplete and, in addition, there are likely laboratories involved which are not listed. Foamman will modify the listing as the information becomes available. If readers have additional information, please send it. Some publications are listed.

The academic laboratories on this page are as follows:

UNITED STATES

Ken Brakke
Susquehanna University

Mathematics Department
009 Seibert Hall
Selingrove, PA 17870-1001
Telephone: 570-372-4466; Fax: 570-372-2743

Douglas J. Durian
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

Department of Physics
209 South 33rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Telephone: 215-898-8147; Fax: 215-898-2010

George J. Hirasaki
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Rice University
Abercrombie Laboratory B-245
PO Box 1892
Houston, TX 77251-1892
Telephone: 713-348-5416; Fax: 713-348-5478

  • Field Demonstration of the Surfactant/Foam Process for Remediation of a Heterogeneous Aquifer Contaminated with DNAPL NAPL Removal: Surfactants, Foams, and Microemulsions
    S. Fiorenza, et al., editors, Lewis Publishers (2000).
    A brief summary of this project is available.
  • Mobility of Foam in Heterogeneous Media: Flow Parallel and Perpendicular to Stratification
    SPEJ, 203-212, June (2002)

R. Glynn Holt
Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering

110 Cummington Street
Boston University
Boston, MA 02215
Telephone: 617-353-9594

  • Faraday Wave Turbulence on a Spherical Liquid Shell
    Physical Review Letters, 77, 1274-77 (1996)
  • Observation of Stability Boundaries in the Parameter Space of Single Bubble Sonoluminescence
    Physical Review Letters, 77, 3791-94 (1996)
  • Surface-Controlled Drop Oscillations in Space
    J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 102, 3802 (1997)
  • Driven and Freely Decaying Nonlinear Shape Oscillations of Drops and Bubbles Immersed in a Liquid: Experimental Results
    J. Fluid Mech., 364, 253 (1998)
  • Experimental Observations of Bubble Response and Light Intensity Near the Threshold for Single Bubble Sonoluminescence in and Air-Water System
    Phys. Rev. E. 59, 5945 (1999)

Stephan Koehler
Department of Physics

Emory University N238
400 Dowman Drive NE
Atlanta, GA 30322-2430
Telephone: Office, 404-727-9285, Laboratory, 404,727-7682

J. Gregory McDaniel
Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering

Boston University
110 Cummington Street
Boston, MA 02215
Telephone: 617-353-4847 or 617-648-4171; Fax: 603-971-4545

Laurent Pilo
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department

University of California, Los Angeles
37-132 Engineering IV, 420 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1597
Telephone: 310-206-5598; Fax: 310-206-2302

  • Gas Diffusion in Closed-Cell Foams
    Journal of Cellular Plastics, Vol. 36, No. 6, pp. 451-47 (2000)
  • Steady-State Thickness of Liquid-Gas Foams
    Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, Vol. 242, No. 2, pp. 425-436 (2001)
  • Analysis of Transient Thickness of Pneumatic Foams
    Chemical Engineering Science, Vol. 57, No. 6, pp. 977-990 (2002)
  • Glass Foams: Formation, Transport Properties, Heat, Mass, and Radiation Transfer
    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, Vol. 311, No.2, pp. 154-173 (2002)
  • Superficial Gas Velocity for Onset of Foaming
    Chemical Engineering and Processing, Vol.43, No.2, pp. 149-160 (2004)
  • Physical Modeling of Slag Foaming For Various Operating Conditions and Slag Compositions
    ISIJ International, Vol. 45, No.6, pp. 835-840 (2005)
  • Rheology and Convective Heat Transfer of Colloidal Gas Aphrons in Horizontal Minichannels
    International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, Vol. 27, No. 2 , pp. 298-310 (2006)
  • Effect of Furnace Atmosphere on E-Glass Foaming
    Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, Vol. 352, pp.5287-5295 (2006)
  • Rheology of Colloidal Gas Aphrons (Microfoams)
    Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects (accepted)

Clayton J. Radke
Department of Chemical Engineering

101C Gilman Hall
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720-1462
Telephone: 510-642-5204; Fax: 510-642-4778

  • Foam Protected Natural Gas Storage Reservoirs
    Proceedings of AGA, 350-353 (1983)
  • An Experimental Investigation of Gas Bubble Breakup in Constricted Square Capillaries
    J. Pet. Tech. 39 (9), 1137-1146 (1987)
  • Weeping Flow Around Nonwetting Bubbles Trapped in Constricted Noncircular Pores
    Physico Chemical Hydrodynamics 8 (3), 255-263 (1987)
  • Mechanisms of Foam Generation in Glass Bead Packs
    SPE Reservoir Engineering 3 (2), 573-585 (1988)
  • Experimental Determination of Gas Bubble Breakup in a Constricted Cylindrical Capillary
    Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 27 (7), 1282-1291 (1988)
  • Dynamics of Haines Jumps for Compressible Bubbles in Constricted Capillaries
    AIChE J. 35 (2), 230-240 (1989)
  • Aqueous Foams for Control of Gas Migration and Water Coning in Aquifier Gas Storage
    Energy Sources 12, 479-497 (1990)
  • A Pore Level Investigation of Foam/Oil Interactions in Porous Media
    SPE Reservoir Engineering 5 (4), 495-503 (1990)
  • A Laboratory Investigation of Foam Flow in Sandstone at Elevated Pressure
    SPE Reservoir Engineering 6 (3), 365-372 (1991)
  • Influence of Texture on Steady Foam Flow in Berea Sandstone
    SPE Reservoir Engineering 7 (1), 83-90 (1992)
  • Equilibrium Measurements of Oscillatory Disjoining Pressures in Aqueous Foam Films
    Langmuir 8 (12), 3020-3026 (1992)
  • Generalized Entering Coefficients: A Criterion for Foam Stability Against Oil in Porous Media
    Langmuir, 9(7), 1704-1713 (1993)
  • The Influence of Disjoining Pressure on Foam Stability and Flow in Porous Media
    Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical Eng. Aspects, 83, 109-120 (1994)
  • Foam Flow Through a Transparent Rough-Walled Rock Fracture
    Journal of Petroleum Science & Engineering, 13, 75-86 (1995)
  • The Motion of Long Bubbles in Polygonal Capillaries. Part 1. Thin Films
    J. Fluid Mechanics 292, 71-94 (1995)
  • The Motion of Long Bubbles in Polygonal Capillaries. Part 2. Drag, Fluid Pressure and Fluid Flow
    J. Fluid Mechanics 292, 95-110 (1995)
  • A Mechanistic Population Balance Model for Transient and Steady-State Foam Flow in Boise Sandstone
    Chemical Engineering Science 50 (23), 3783-3799 (1995)
  • Two-Dimensional Network Simulation of Diffusion Driven Coarsening of Foam Inside a Porous Medium
    J. Colloid and Interface Science 179, 357-373 (1996)
  • Onset of Mobilization and the Fraction of Trapped Foam in Porous Media
    Transport in Porous Media, 28, 253-284 (1997)
  • Mechanistic Foam Flow Simulation in Heterogeneous and Multidimensional Porous Media
    Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 2, 511-526 (1997)
  • Surface Conductivity and Disjoining Pressure of Common Black Films Stabilized with Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate
    Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 203, 69-82 (1998)
  • Equilibrium Configurations of Liquid Droplets on Solid Surfaces under the Influence of Thin-Film Forces, Part I. Thermodynamics
    Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 156, 137-144 (1999)
  • Equilibrium Configurations of Liquid Droplets on Solid Surfaces under the Influence of Thin-Film Forces, Part I. Shape Calculations
    Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 156, 525-546 (1999)
  • Transient Foam Displacement in the Presence of Residual Oil: Experiment and Simulation Using a Population-Balance Model
    Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 39, 2725-2741 (2000)
  • Equilibrium Force Isotherms of a Deformable Bubble/Drop Interacting with a Solid Particle Across a Thin Liquid Film
    Langmuir 17, 116-139(2001)

William R. Rossen
Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering

University of Texas at Austin
Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering, CPE 4.168A
Austin, TX 78712-1061
Telephone: 512-471-3246; Fax: 512-471-9605

  • A New Percolation Statistic With Unusual Properties
    J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 21, L533 (1988)
  • Percolation Theory of Creation and Mobilization of Foams in Porous Media
    AIChE J. 36, 1176 (1990)
  • Theory of Minimum Pressure Gradient of Flowing Foams in Porous Media. I. Incompressible Foam
    J. Colloid Interface Sci. 136, 1 (1990)
  • Theory of Minimum Pressure Gradient of Flowing Foams in Porous Media. II. Effect of Compressibility
    J. Colloid Interface Sci. 136, 17 (1990)
  • Theory of Minimum Pressure Gradient of Flowing Foams in Porous Media. III. Asymmetric Lamella Shapes
    J. Colloid Interface Sci. 136, 38 (1990)
  • Minimum Pressure Gradient for Foam Flow in Porous Media: Effect of Interactions with Stationary Lamellae
    J. Colloid Interface Sci. 139, 457 (1990)
  • Size Distribution of Blocked Clusters on a Bethe Tree
    J. Phys. A: Math Gen. 24, 5155 (1991)
  • Rheology of Foam in Porous Media at the Limiting Capillary Pressure
    Revue de l'Institut Français du Pétrole 47, 68 (1992)
  • Single- and Two-Phase Flow in Natural Fractures
    Paper SPE 24915, SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, Washington, DC, Oct. 4-6, 1992
  • Minimal Path for Transport in Networks
    Phys. Rev. B 47, 11, 815 (1993)
  • Percolation Modeling of Foam Generation in Porous Media
    AIChE J. 40, 1082 (1994)
  • Applying Fractional-Flow Theory to Foams for Diversion in Matrix Acidization
    SPE Prod. Fac. 9, 29 (1994)
  • Fluid Placement in Matrix Acidizing
    Paper SPE 27982, SPE Centennial Petroleum Engineering Symposium, Tulsa, OK, Aug. 29-31, 1994.
  • Sensitivity Study of Foam Diversion Processes for Matrix Acidization
    Paper SPE 28550, SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, New Orleans, LA, Sept. 26-28, 1994
  • Effect of Fracture Relative Permeabilities on Performance of Naturally Fractured Reservoirs
    Paper SPE 28700, SPE International Petroleum Conference and Exhibition of Mexico, Veracruz, Mexico, Oct. 10-13, 1994
  • Modeling Foam Mobility at the Limiting Capillary Pressure
    SPE Adv. Technol. 3, 146 (1995)
  • Applying Fractional-Flow Theory to Foam Processes at the Limiting Capillary Pressure
    SPE Adv. Technol. 3, 154 (1995)
  • Improved Prediction of Foam Diversion in Matrix Acidization
    Paper SPE 29529, SPE Production Operations Symposium, Oklahoma City, OK, April 2-4, 1995
  • Simplified Mechanistic Modeling of Foam Processes for Improved Oil Recovery
    Proc. 8th European Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery, Vienna, Austria, May 15-17 1995
  • Coreflood Study of Surfactant-Alternating-Gas Foam Processes: Implications for Field Design
    Paper SPE 38318, SPE Western Regional Meeting, Long Beach, CA, June 25-27, 1997
  • Effect of Capillary Crossflow on Foam Improved Oil Recovery
    Paper SPE 38319, SPE Western Regional Meeting, Long Beach, CA, June 25-27, 1997
  • Measurement of Aperture and Multiphase Flow in Fractures Using NMR Imaging
    SPE Form. Eval. 9, 101 (1997).
  • Simulation of Gravity Override in Foam Processes in Porous Media
    SPE Reserv. Eval. and Eng. 1, 148-154 (April 1998)
  • Improved Surfactant-Alternating-Gas Foam Process to Control Gravity Override
    Paper SPE 39653, SPE/DOE Improved Oil Recovery Symposium, Tulsa, April 19-22, 1998
  • Modeling Foams for Acid Diversion
    SPE Journal, 4, 92-100 (June 1999)
  • Simplified Mechanistic Simulation of Foam Processes in Porous Media
    SPE Journal, 4, 279-287 (Sept. 1999)
  • Foam Generation at Layer Boundaries in Porous Media
    SPE Journal, 4, 409-412 (Dec. 1999)
  • Anomalous Capillary Pressure, Stress and Stability of Solids-Coated Bubbles
    J. Colloid Interface Sci. 213, 329-339 (1999)
  • Stability of Solids-Coated Liquid Layers Between Bubbles
    Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 39, 2742-2745 (2000)
  • Snap-Off in Constricted Tubes and Porous Media
    Colloids Surfaces A: Physicochem Eng. Aspects, 166, 101-107 (2000)
  • Simulating Foam Processes at High and Low Foam Qualities
    Paper SPE 59287, SPE/DOE Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery, Tulsa, OK, 3-5 April, 2000
  • Connectivity and Permeability in Fracture Networks Obeying Power-Law Statistics
    SPE 59720, SPE Permian Basin Oil and Gas Recovery Conference, Midland, TX, 21-23 March, 2000
  • Dynamic Viscosity of Foam in Porous Media
    Proc. Euro Conference on Foams, Emulsions and Applications, Delft, The Netherlands, 5-8 June 2000
  • Gas Trapping in Foam in Porous Media
    Proc. Euro Conference on Foams, Emulsions and Applications, Delft, The Netherlands, 5-8 June 2000
  • Diffusive Growth and Compressibility of Bubbles in Porous Media
    Proc. Euro Conference on Foams, Emulsions and Applications, Delft, The Netherlands, 5-8 June 2000
  • Effective Compressibility of a Bubbly Slurry: I. Theory of Behavior of Bubbles Trapped in Porous Media
    J. Colloid Interface Science, 241, 248-259 (2001)
  • Effective Compressibility of a Bubbly Slurry: II. Fitting Numerical Results to Field Data and Implications
    J. Colloid Interface Science, 241, 260-268 (2001)
  • A Unified Model for Steady-State Foam Behavior at High and Low Foam Qualities
    SPE Journal, 6, 325-333, September, 2001
  • Optimal Injection Strategies for Foam IOR
    Paper SPE 75180, SPE/DOE Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery, Tulsa, OK, April 13-17, 2002
  • Extending Foam Technology from Improved Oil Recovery to Environmental Remediation
    Paper SPE 77557, SPE 2002 Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, San Antonio, 29 Sept. - 2 October, 2002
  • A Model for Foam Generation in Homogeneous Porous Media
    Paper SPE 77698, SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, San Antonio, 29 Sept. - 2 October, 2002
  • The Yield Stress of Foamy Sands
    Colloids Surfaces A: Physicochemical Eng. Aspects, 202 (1), 53-62 (2002)
  • The Compressibility of Foamy Sands
    Colloids Surfaces A: Physicochemical Eng. Aspects, 202 (1), 63-70 (2002)
  • Simulation of Dynamic Foam-Acid Diversion Processes
    Accepted by SPE J.
  • Foam Generation in Homogeneous Porous Media
    Accepted by Chem. Eng. Sci.
  • Gravity Segregation in Steady-State Horizontal Flow in Homogeneous Reservoirs
    Submitted to J. Petr. Sci. Eng.
  • A Review of Snap-Off as a Mechanism of Steady-State Foam Generation in Homogeneous Porous Media
    Submitted to Colloids Surfaces A: Physicochemical Eng. Aspects.
  • Effective Viscosity of Foams in Periodically Constricted Tubes
    Submitted to Colloids Surfaces A: Physicochemical Eng. Aspects.

Eli Ruckenstein
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

State University of New York at Buffalo
303 Furnas Hall
PO Box 604200
Buffalo, NY 14260-4200
Telephone: 716-645-2911 ext 2214; Fax: 716-645-3822

  • Drainage of a Standing Foam
    Langmuir, 11, 1486 (1995)
  • Ostwald Ripening: A Stochastic Approach
    J. Chem. Physics, 103, 7120 (1995)
  • Foams and Concentrated Emulsions: Dynamics and "Phase" Behavior
    Langmuir, 11, 4642 (1995)
  • Modeling of the Generation and Collapse of Aqueous Foams
    Langmuir, 12, 3089 (1996)
  • Effect of Surfactant and Salt Concentrations on the Drainage and Collapse of Foams Involving Ionic Surfactants
    Langmuir, 12, 4134 (1996)
  • Drainage and Coalescence in Standing Foams
    J. Colloid & Interface Science, 191, 184 (1997)

Darsh T. Wasan
Department of Chemical Engineering

Illinois Institute of Technology
228 Perlstein Hall
3300 South Federal Street
Chicago, IL 60616-3793
Telephone: 312-567-3001

  • Foams, Films, and Surface Rheological Properties
    Progress in Surface Science, 39, 119 (1992)
  • The Oscillatory Deep Channel Interfacial Rheometer
    Rev. of Scientific Instruments, 65 (8), 2675-2679 (1994)
  • Mechanisms for Antifoaming Action in Aqueous Systems by Hydrophobic Particles and Insoluble Liquids
    J. Colloid and Interface Sci., 166 (1), 225-238 (1994)

AUSTRALIA

Bruce Gardiner
The University of Melbourne

Mathematics and Statistics
Richard Berry Building, Room G22
Victoria 3010, Australia
Telephone: +61-3-8344-6517; Fax: +61-3-8344-4599

Graeme Jameson
Bogdan Dlugogorski
Department of Engineering
ARC Centre for Multiphase Processes

The University of Newcastle
Callaghan, NSW 2308, Australia
Telephone: +61-2-49-21-6181; Fax: +61-2-49-60-1445

  • Flow and Rheology of High Expansion Foams in Pipes
    12th International Congress on Rheology, Quebec City, Canada, pages 701-702, August, 1996.
  • Multiphase Overhead Compressed-Air Foam System and Its Fire Suppression Performance
    J. Fire Protection Engineering, 8 (3), 133-150 (1997)
  • Behavior of Foams in Tubular Flow
    Proceedings of the 2nd Pacific Rim Conference on Rheology, pages 75-76, 1997
  • Molecular Dynamic Simulation of Static and Shear Flow Behavior of Wet Foams
    Proceedings of the 25th Australian & New Zealand Chemical Engineering Conference, Rotorua, New Zealand, FL69-FL76, 1997
  • Attenuation of Thermal Radiation by Aqueous Foams
    Proceedings of the 25th Australian & New Zealand Chemical Engineering Conference, Rotorua, New Zealand, SF33-SF48, 1997
  • A Method to Estimate the Stability of Viscous Foamed Dispersions
    Proceedings of the 25th Australian & New Zealand Chemical Engineering Conference, Rotorua, New Zealand, FL61-FL68, 1997
  • Predicting Pressure Losses in Pumping of Compressed Air Fire Fighting Foams
    5th International Symposium on Fire Safety Science, Melbourne, March, 1997
  • Effect of Thermal Radiation on Stability of Fire Fighting Foams
    5th International Symposium on Fire Safety Science, Melbourne, March, 1997
  • Molecular Dynamic Simulation of 3D Disordered Wet Foams
    NATO School on Foams, Emulsions and Cellular Structures, Cargese, May, 1997
  • Effect of Aging on the Absorption of Thermal Radiation by Aqueous Foams
    2nd International Symposium on Fire and Explosive Hazards, Moscow, July, 1997
  • Foams and Foaming Technology for On-line Processing
    RCR-ACS Meeting, November, 1997
  • Carbonated Beverages — the Physics of the Cycle of Bubble Production
    Chem. Eng. Sci., 53, 169-173 (1998)
  • Yield Stress Measurements of Aqueous Foams in the Dry Limit
    J. Rheol, 42, 1437-50 (1998)
  • Rheology of Fire Fighting Foams
    Fire Safety J., 31 (1), 61-65 (1998)
  • Prediction of Pressure Losses in Pipe Flow of Aqueous Foams
    Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 38, 1099-1106 (1999)
  • Factors Affecting the Stability of Foamed Concentrated Emulsions
    Colloids Surf. A.: Physicochem. Eng. Aspects, 150, 175-87 (1999)
  • Bubble Size Distribution and Coarsening of Aqueous Foams
    Chem. Engr. Sci., 54, 4007-4022 (1999)
  • The Evolution of Defects in a Two Dimensional Wet Foam
    J. Physics — Condensed Matter, 11, 5295-5311 (1999)
  • The Performance of Aged Aqueous Foams for Mitigation of Thermal Radiation
    Dev. Chem. Engr. Min. Proc. J., 8, 93-112 (2000)
  • The Steady Shear of Three Dimensional Wet Polydisperse Foams
    J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 92, 151-166 (2000)
  • A Comparative Study of Drainage Characteristics of AFFF and FFFP Compressed Air Fire Fighting Foams
    Fire Safety Journal, 37, 21-52 (2002)
  • Liquid Drainage in Single Plateau Borders of Foam
    Science, 249, 194-199 (2002)
  • Liquid Drainage in a Rising Foam
    Eurofoam, Manchester, UK, July 7-10, 2002
  • Flotation of Submicron Particles
    Proceedings of World Congress on Particle technology 4, Sydney, Australia, July 21-25 (2002)
  • Measurements of Bubble-Particle Interaction Forces by Atomic Force Microscopy
    9th APCChE 2002 and Chemeca 2002, Christchurch, New Zealand, September 29-October 3, 2002
  • The Choice of Representative Bubble Size When Modeling Foam Drainage
    Submitted to Colloids and Surfaces A
  • The Free Drainage of Reconstituted Egg White Froth
    Submitted to Trans. I. Chem. E. C
  • Suspension of Particles from the Bottom of Pipes and Stirred Tanks by Gassed and Ungassed Flows
    Submitted to Can. J. Chem. Engr.
  • Coarsening of Two and Three Dimensional Wet Polydisperse Foams
    Phil. Mag. A, in press.

IRELAND

D.L. Weaire
Foam Physics at Trinity College Dublin

Dublin 2, Ireland
Telephone: +353-1-6081675; Fax: +353-1-6711759

  • Cylindrical Packings of Foam Cells
    Forma 7, 259 (1992)
  • Steady-State Drainage of an Aqueous Foam
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 71, 2670 (1993)
  • Stress and Strain in Liquid and Solid Foams
    Adv. in Physics, 43, 685 (1994)
  • A Counterexample to Kelvin's Conjecture on Minimal Surfaces
    Phil. Mag. Lett. 69, 107-110 (1994)
  • The Osmotic Pressure of a Two-Dimensional Disordered Foam
    J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 7, L657 (1995)
  • Computation of Equilibrium Foam Structures Using the Surface Evolver
    Exp. Math. 4, 181-192 (1995)
  • The Effects of Plateau Borders in the Two-Dimensional Soap Froth: III. Further Results
    Phil. Mag. B71, 277 (1995).
  • Measurement of Foam Drainage Using AC Conductivity
    J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 7, L217 (1995)
  • Measurement of Foam Density Profiles Using AC Capacitance
    Europhys. Lett., 31, 497 (1995)
  • The Conductivity of a Foam
    J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 8, L475-482 (1996)
  • The Physics of Foam
    J. Phys.: Condens. Matter, 8, 9519 (1996)
  • The Kelvin Problem: Foam Structures of Minimal Surface
    Taylor & Francis, ISBN 0748406328, November, 1997
  • Moving Boundaries in Ordered Cylindrical Foam Structures
    Phil. Mag. B75, 845 (1997)
  • A Review of Foam Drainage
    Advances in Chemical Physics, 102, 315-374 (1997)
  • Watch Your Head: New Experiments and Theory on Foam Drainage
    Procedings of the Fifth Meeting of the European Brewery Convention Foam Subgroup, pages 41-52, Zouterwoude, The Netherlands, 1997
  • Model Simulations of Two-Dimensional Liquid and Solid Foams
    15th IMACS World Congress on Scientific Computation, Modeling and Applied Mathematics
    Edited by A. Sydow, Volume 3, 277-282, Wissenschaft und Technik, Verlag, Berlin (1997)
  • Effect of Rheology on Foam Drainage
    Langmuir, 14, 4663-4665 (1998)
  • New Variations on the Soap Film Experiments of Plateau: I. Experiments Under Forced Drainage
    Phil. Mag. B78, 1-12 (1998)
  • Convective Instability in Foam Drainage
    Europhys. Lett 41, 461-465 (1998)
  • Nonlinear Phenomena in Soap Froth
    Physica A, 257, 264-274 (1998)
  • Making, Modeling and Measuring Foams
    Europhysics News, 30, #3, 73-75 (1999)
  • The Equilibrium Structure of Soap Froths: Inversion and Decoration
    Phil. Mag. Lett. 79, 491-495 (1999)
  • The Deformation of Soap Film Junctions by Applied Forces
    Phil. Mag. Letters, 79, 887-896 (1999)
  • Bubble Sorting Under Forced Drainage
    Phil. Mag. Letters, 80, 41-48 (2000)
  • Foam Coarsening Under Forced Drainage
    Phil. Mag. Letters, 80, 419-425 (2000)
  • Applications and Generalizations of the Foam Drainage Equation
    Proc. Roy. Soc. 456, 2441-2464 (2000)
  • Vertex Corrections in the Theory of Foam Drainage
    J. Phys: Condensed Matter 13, 4863-4869 (2001)
  • Uniqueness, Stability and Hessian Eigenvalues for Two Dimensional Foam Structure
    Eur. Phys. J. E7, 123-127 (2002)
  • The Transition from Two Dimensional to Three Dimensional Foam Structures
    Eur. Phys. J. E7, 311-315 (2002)
  • Properties of Three Dimensional Bubbles of Constant Mean Curvature
    Phil. Mag. Lett. 83, 281-293 (2003)
  • Minimal Perimeter for N Identical Bubbles in Two Dimensions
    Phil. Mag. 83, 1393-1406 (2003)
  • Large Two Dimensional Clusters of Equal Area Bubbles
    Phil. Mag. 83, 2573-2584 (2003)
  • Dilatancy in Liquid Foams
    Phil. Mag. 83, 2747-2760 (2003)
  • Approaching the Dry Limit in Foam
    Phil. Mag. 83, 2973-2987 (2003)
  • Topological Changes in a Two Dimensional Foam Clusters
    Eur. Phys. J. E11, 29-35 (2003)

RUSSIA

Oleg M. Sokovnin

Head of Environmental Science Laboratory
The Vyatka State University
Moskovskaya, 36, Kirov, Russia, 610000
Telephone: +7 8332 51 61 50; Fax: +7 8332 64 15 91

BRAZIL

Alberto Tufaile
University of Sao Paulo

03828-000 Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil