I am investigating the effects of bubble oscillations (calculated using the Rayleigh-Plesset equation for bubble dynamics) on the turbulence in two-phase flows. Since I am using cryogenic fluids, the thermal effects also play a role. I am trying to find out the connection between the oscillation frequencies and how they influence the turbulence dissipation rate.
I guess that, when the frequencies are high, i.e., when the liquid-vapour interface oscillates at high frequencies, the turbulent kinetic energy in the flow increases. So, will the dissipation rate also increase proportionally to the turbulent kinetic energy? (epsilon proportional to k^1.5)