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The analysis of bubble clustering in air-water flows may provide some measure of the bubble-turbulence interactions. A cluster of bubbles is as a group of two or more bubbles, with a distinct separation from other bubbles. This paper compares the results of a clustering study in a dropshaft and in a hydraulic jump to point out differences/similarities between those complex turbulent flows. The clustering process was studied through the analysis of the interparticle arrival time of the bubbles.doi:10.1080/00221686.2012.762430 fatcat:p32dwdd6ebasbmntmg4dmaxhoq