Characteristics of the Processed Media and Fundamental Problems Associated with the Input Transmission of Vibrations
The effective introduction of vibrations depends on a series of conditions, including: a) the maximum possible availability of energy from the vibration source; b) minimum energy dissipation in the passive elements of the technological subsystem; c) the maximum utilization of the input vibrational energy to the working medium so as to effect the given technological process; d) maximum stability of the resonance parameters and integrity of the waveguideradiating devices when working in aggressive media.
KeywordsInput Impedance Ultrasonic Vibration Nodal Plane Aggressive Medium Processed Medium
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