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Wideband Multi-Frequency, Multimode, and Modulated (MMM) Ultrasonic Technology

  • Miodrag ProkicEmail author
Chapter
Part of the Food Engineering Series book series (FSES)

Abstract

Until recently, traditional high-intensity and fixed-frequency ultrasound has been applied in fields such as cleaning, plastic welding, mixing, and homogenization. However, new industrial ultrasound-related applications, such as sonochemistry, extractions, and waste water treatment, among others, are becoming increasingly important, where traditional fixed-frequency ultrasonic systems are showing certain limitations.

Keywords

Cavitation Bubble Ultrasonic Generator Acoustic Activity Ultrasonic System High Frequency Harmonic 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.MP InterconsultingLe LocleSwitzerland

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