Journal article

Extraction of bubble size and number data from an acoustically-excited bubble chain.

Md Mamunur Roshid, Richard Manasseh

The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America | AIP Publishing | Published : 2020


The passive-acoustic measurement of bubbly flows could potentially deliver data useful to many industrial and environmental applications. However, acoustic interactions between bubbles complicate interpretations of measured frequencies in terms of the bubble sizes that are of practical interest. Experiments were undertaken on the emissions of a bubble chain when a just-formed bubble at one end of the chain created a sound pulse. This is an idealised paradigm for many applications. The chain was a one-dimensional line of bubbles fixed with known bubble sizes and inter-bubble spacings. Frequencies naturally emitted by the chain were measured for various bubble sizes and spacings, including cas..

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