Breakup of an Annular Sheet

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A thin annular sheet of water is sandwiched between two concentric air streams. This airflow on either side of the water causes shearing and Kelvin-Helmholtz-type instabilities develop, causing the sinuous waves along the water surface. Periodic behavior of the sort observed here is frequently observed in fluid mechanical instabilities. #

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