The loss of efficiency of acoustic foam suppression at higher sound frequencies can be attributed to stabilization of the liquid foam films by high-frequency vibrations.
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Nevolin, V.G. Improving the efficiency of acoustic foam suppression. Journal of Engineering Physics 61, 1070–1074 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00872880
- Statistical Physic
- Sound Frequency
- High Sound
- Liquid Foam