Turbulence Within a Soap Film Bubble —Alexander Hine, Thomas Preskett & Tom Griffiths (University of Southampton)

The chaotic patterns in a soap film are an example two-dimensional turbulence. This bubble was created using water and a weak dilution of detergent and sugar. In the thin wall of the bubble, vortex stretching is restricted, enstrophy is conserved, and different inertial range scalings occur than in 3D turbulence.