Below you will find a simulation of two bubbles. Bubble #1 is on the left (with the green boundary), and Bubble #2 is on the right (with the blue boundary). What is shown is a two-dimensional cross-sectional slice of the three-dimensional bubbles.
You can change the parameters of the two bubbles and their environment via the sliders in the left hand tool bar by sliding the black dot along the gray line.
The scenario is set up now so that bubble one should have a greater pressure that bubble two. Feel free to play with the parameters as much as you like, but if your lines disappear, your bubble “popped”!
Parameters:
“a” is the atmospheric pressure
“g” is the surface tension
“p” is the pressure in bubble one
“p’ ” is the pressure in the bubble two

Bubble Simulation

Below you will find a simulation of two bubbles. The bubble on the left with the green boundary is bubble one, and the bubble on the right with the blue boundary is bubble two. What is shown on the screen is a two-dimensional cross-sectional area of the three-dimensional bubbles.
You can change the parameters of the two bubbles and their environment via the sliders in the left hand tool bar by sliding the black dot along the gray line. The scenario is set up now so that bubble one should have a greater pressure that bubble two. Feel free to play with the parameters as much as you like, but if your lines disappear, your bubble “popped”!
Parameters:
“a” is the atmospheric pressure
“g” is the surface tension
“p” is the pressure in bubble one
“p’ ” is the pressure in the bubble two