Acoustic precipitation of a water mist by continuous and pulsed sonication
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Precipitation by continuous and pulsed forms of sonication has been examined for a water mist in a flow system.
Pulse treatment at 2 sec−1 and an effective length ratio of 2 (ultrasonic frequency 16. 5 kc) roughly halves the energy needed for precipitation when the dwell time in the chamber is 3–5 sec.
KeywordsPrecipitation Dwell Time Flow System Mist Length Ratio
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