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The Power of Tiny Bubbles

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Hailey Lynne McKeefry
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Hailey Lynne McKeefry   12/31/2013 7:11:01 PM
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@Prabhakar, the sign of a good idea to me is that it stimulates innovation and broader thinking. I like your idea!

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amazing stuff
FLYINGSCOT   12/4/2013 5:15:24 PM
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I recall the scariest equation I ever saw was a solution to a fluid dynamics problem in Coriolis meters.  It does not surprise me that supercomputers are being used there.  The medical possibilities mentioned were fantastic to read about.  Great article.

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t.alex   12/2/2013 4:50:54 PM
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Amazing research result with the help of super computer (or perhaps cloud computing ?). These tiny bubbles are really powerful tool.

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nimantha.d   11/30/2013 9:49:52 AM
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@prabhakar: Yes indeed and I feel this will benefit the medical industry a lot as well as the environment too.      

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prabhakar_deosthali   11/29/2013 8:24:02 AM
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This has certainly a Wow effect.

Can this technology replace those noise making stone crushers in the quarries? Just fantasizing!

No doubt this simulation will lead to many practical applications to solve medical as well as the engineering problems.

Kudos to the research team.



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