ultrasonic radiation

ultrasonic radiation

[¦əl·trə′sän·ik ‚rād·ē′ā·shən]
(acoustics)
Ultrasonic waves propagating through a solid, liquid, or gaseous medium.
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Aiming to improve energy efficiency, regeneration time, and the performance of the desiccant air conditioning system, this volume outlines ultrasonic-assisted regeneration technology for desiccant air conditioning systems and the air dehumidification cycle, focusing on the mechanism of solid/liquid desiccant regeneration enhancement through power ultrasonic radiation.
In this research, the two methods of ultrasonic radiation (ultrasonic bath) and the classic method of magnetic stirrer for the production of super paramagnetic nanocrystals of Mn3O4 were used," Ms Rohani, one of the researchers of the project," said.
Magnetic measurements showed that the nanocrystal formed by ultrasonic radiation had super paramagnetic properties," she added.
In analytical chemistry, ultrasonic radiation has been used infrequently, although it could be a powerful tool for accelerating various steps in the analytical process [11].
This focusing is achieved by micromachining the transducer into a hemispherical shape, thus aiming the ultrasonic radiation to a focal point.
It is responsive to the ultrasonic radiation or noise generated by the shear action of the fluid flowing in the pipe.
The topics include cutting forces in helical milling processes, methods for evaluating uniformity in the lapping process, applying visualization in scientific computing technology, the numerical and flow-field simulation of acoustic levitation polishing, designing cold extrusion dies for precision gears, applying ultrasonic radiation forces, the impact of plate cylinder deformation on graphic quality, and the autonomous control of abrasive flow precision machining.