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International Journal of Fluid Mechanics Research
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International Journal of Fluid Mechanics Research

DOI: 10.1615/InterJFluidMechRes.v33.i5.70
pages 473-487

A Cavitational Regime of a Sonocapillary Effect

E. Yu. Rozina
Odessa State Academy of Cold, Ukraine

RESUMO

The parameters of a sonocapillary liquid flow are investigated. The processes under the capillary cut end were registered by means of a high-speed photography. It is shown that the cavitation under the capillary cut end behaves as a collective process. So, a translation (drift) of the whole cluster of cavities to the capillary channel, but not a closure dynamics of each individual cavity, is the most probable cause of sonocapillary liquid flow. It is shown that the localized cavitation concentrates the acoustic energy, and the directed translation of the cavitations provides this energy transforming into that of the capillary liquid flow.


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