Acoustic Streaming and Temperature Field in the Cavity with Isothermal and Adiabatic Boundary Conditions at the Ends
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A cylindrical cavity filled with air is considered. The cavity carries out the vibration movement along its axis. Adiabatic boundary conditions are specified on the lateral surface of the cavity. The boundary conditions at the ends of the cavity are considered in two types—adiabatic and isothermal. The features of acoustic streaming and temperature field are described when the cavity radius increases and the boundary conditions at the cavity ends are changed from adiabatic to isothermal.
Keywords and phrasesacoustic streaming temperature field period average temperature cavity radius adiabatic boundary conditions isothermal boundary conditions
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The study was performed by a grant from the Russian Science Foundation (project no. 15-11-10016).
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