Interaction of Acoustic Waves with Bubbly Layer with Uneven Distribution of Bubbles
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On the basis of the presented mathematical model of a bubbly liquid, the interaction of acoustic waves with a bubbly layer is investigated. The gas bubble volume fraction in the layer varies in the direction of wave propagation and is described by a continuous function. A method is proposed for calculating the reflection and transmission coefficients of acoustic waves by dividing a bubbly layer into sublayers with a constant value of the bubble volume fraction.
Keywords and phrasesbubbly liquid multiphase flow acoustic waves bubbly layer
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