Acoustic strength of water and effect of ultrasound on the liquid-vapor phase diagram
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The structure-time approach is used to develop an analytical model that makes it possible to predict the dependences of the acoustic cavitation threshold of water on temperature and background pressure. The calculated dependences are compared with the results of experiments carried out in the leading laboratories. It is demonstrated that the proposed approach allows the estimation of the effect of the acoustic field on the phase state of the substance under study. The calculated liquid-vapor phase curves for water in the presence of acoustic fields are presented.
KeywordsCavitation Acoustic Wave Acoustic Field Phase Curve Dynamic Strength
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