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Taylor bubble is characterised by a round nose followed by a cylindrical body and is often found during slug flow in many industrial applications. The present work aims to determine the shape of an axially symmetric Taylor bubble rising through a stagnant column of conductive liquid using a pair of parallel wire conductivity probes.

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Determination of void shape in multiphase flow allows a better understanding of the flow phenomena. Also, it helps to improve process efficiency, safety and overall operational success. Our work proposes a simple and cost-effective solution for the estimation of the geometry of the Taylor bubble without any calibration of the sensor.

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This page is a summary of: Shape reconstruction of axisymmetric Taylor bubbles using conductivity probes through a scheme of combined experiment and theory, Review of Scientific Instruments, March 2024, American Institute of Physics,
DOI: 10.1063/5.0186881.
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