Relatively strong acoustic oscillations act on a liquid to reduce its content of gas, either in dissolved form or in the form of bubbles. This effect has applications in industrial practice for the degassing of molten metals and glass; resin, viscose, and oil solutions; various types of beverages; and other fluid substances. Also, ultrasonic degassing is one of the factors responsible for the acceleration of electrochemical processes in a sound field.
KeywordsRadiation Pressure Sound Field Acoustic Streaming Degas Process Nonoptimal Condition
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