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High-intensity ultrasonic fields

Lazar Davidovich Rosenberg

High-intensity ultrasonic fields

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Published by London in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published in Russian by Nauka Press for the Acoustics Institute, Academy of Sciences of the USSR, 1968.

Statementedited by Lazar Davidovich Rosenberg; translated from Russian byJames S. Wood.
SeriesUltrasonic technology series
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21246855M
ISBN 10030630497X

Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Journal article views. Effect of high-intensity ultrasonic irradiation on the modification of solidification microstructure in a Si-rich hypoeutectic Al–Si alloy / Amit, Das. Materials Chemistry and Physics, Volume: , Issue: 3, Pages: - Cited by: L. D. Rozenberg has written: 'High-intensity ultrasonic fields' -- subject(s): Industrial applications, Ultrasonic waves 'Rasskaz o neslyshimom zvuke' -- subject(s): Industrial applications.   The sound level that exceeds this frequency is called ultrasonic sound. In dental units, equipment such as ultrasonic scalers, high‐speed air turbine drills, high‐volume evacuators, and amalgamators mostly produce high intensity noise that may be a potential hazard to the auditory system of the persons exposed to the by:   External ultrasound–assisted liposuction (EUAL) is a technique that requires transcutaneous application of high-frequency ultrasonic fields delivered into wetted tissue, followed by traditional aspirative liposuction, with the goal of improving the mechanical removal of adipose cells.

  The uBeam team, headed up by [Meredith Perry] created a, “novel high-powered ultrasonic transducer” that is the, “thinnest, most powerful, .


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High-intensity ultrasonic fields by Lazar Davidovich Rosenberg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Vi tute of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Thus, the book does not contain material on the nonlinear interaction of nonlinear ab­ sorption of high-intensity acoustic oscillations in solids, etc.

Al­ though the main body of the text generally encompasses the results of the author of the given part of the book, the materials of other Soviet and foreign researchers working in the Format: Paperback.

High-Intensity Ultrasonic Fields. Editors: Rozenberg, L. (Ed.) Free Preview. the book does not contain material on the nonlinear interaction of nonlinear ab­ sorption of high-intensity acoustic oscillations in solids, etc.

Al­ though the main body of the text generally encompasses the results of the author of the given part of the book. Genre/Form: Starkes Ultraschallfeld: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rozenberg, L.D. (Lazarʹ Davydovich), High-intensity ultrasonic fields.

This chapter is concerned with high-intensity ultrasound and its capacity to change the physical, chemical, or biological properties of materials or systems to which it is applied. It provides an overview of the generation, transmission, and process/material interaction that is the framework for an understanding of power ultrasonics.

vi tute of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Thus, the book does not contain material on the nonlinear interaction of nonlinear ab­ sorption of high-intensity acoustic oscillations in solids, etc.

Al­ though the main body of the text generally encompasses the results of the author of the given part of the book, the materials of other Soviet and foreign researchers working in the.

This English translation brings to Western readers the first book' of a planned three-part monograph entitled "Physics and En- gineering of High-Intensity Ultrasound," which covers Sources of High-Intensity Ultrasound; High-Intensity Ultrasonic Fields. A challenge in the application of high-intensity ultrasound to industrial processing is the design and development of specific power ultrasonic systems for large scale operation.

Purchase Power Ultrasonics - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNCOVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Ramkumar, A. Lal, in Ultrasonic Transducers, Focused ultrasound. In this mode of cutting, an ultrasonic field focused on the unwanted tissue is induced into the body.

Most water-containing tissues absorb high-frequency ultrasound (1–20 MHz) (Suslick, ), becoming heated to destructively high ultrasonic waves and high temperature also generate microbubbles.

High-Intensity Ultrasonic Fields (Ultrasonic Technology) (Reprint Edition) by L. (Editor) Rozenberg Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / vi tute of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Thus, the book does not contain material on the nonl Book Edition: Reprint Edition.

Book Review: High intensity ultrasonic fields L. Rozenberg (editor). New York: Plenum Publishing Corporation. Cloth, $Author: P. Vaughan. Ultrasonics, vibrations of frequencies greater than the upper limit of the audible range for humans—that is, greater than about 20 term sonic is applied to ultrasound waves of very high amplitudes.

Hypersound, sometimes called praetersound or microsound, is sound waves of frequencies greater than 10 13 hertz. At such high frequencies it is very difficult for a sound wave to. Although this series no longer publishes new content, the published titles listed below may be still available on-line (e.

via the Springer Book Archives) and in print. Sources of High-Intensity Ultrasound by L. Rozenberg,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. High-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) is a non-invasive therapeutic technique that uses non-ionizing ultrasonic waves to heat tissue.

HIFU can be used to increase the flow of blood or lymph, or to destroy tissue, such as tumors, through a number of technology can be used to treat a range of disorders and as of is at various stages of development and names: Magnetic resonance guided focused ultrasound surgery (MRgFUS), Focused Ultrasound Surgery (FUS).

High-Intensity Ultrasonic Fields (Monographs in Geoscience) (1st Edition) by L.D. Rozenberg (Editor) Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN X / X ISBN / Book Edition: 1st Edition. The pressure fields of two different high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) transducers operated in burst mode were measured at acoustical power levels of 25 and 50 W (continuous wave equivalent.

Rozenberg, Einige physikalische Erscheinungen, die in hochintensiven Ultraschallfeldern entstehen [Some physical phenomena occurring in high-intensity ultrasonic fields], Fourth Internat. Congr. Acoustics, Copenhagen, Vol. 2, p. Google ScholarCited by: The industrial interest in ultrasonic processing has revived during recent years because ultrasonic technology may represent a flexible “green alternative for more energy efficient processes.

A challenge in the application of high-intensity ultrasound to industrial processing is the design and development of specific power ultrasonic systems. The industrial interest in ultrasonic processing has revived during recent years because ultrasonic technology may represent a flexible "green” alternative for more energy efficient processes.

A challenge in the application of high-intensity ultrasound to industrial processing is the design and development of specific power ultrasonic systems. The book is divided into three sections, and Part I introduces the reader to the theory and physics of high-intensity ultrasound.

Part II considers the design of ultrasonic generators, mechanoacoustic radiators and other vibrational systems, as well as the control of acoustic parameters when vibrations are passed into a processed medium. ultrasonics - hydrophones - part 2: calibration for ultrasonic fields up to 40 mhz: iec tr requirements for measurement standards for high intensity therapeutic ultrasound (hitu) devices: iec ts ultrasonics - field characterization - in situ exposure estimation in finite-amplitude ultrasonic beams: iso/iec guide Ultrasound is sound waves with frequencies higher than the upper audible limit of human ound is not different from "normal" (audible) sound in its physical properties, except that humans cannot hear it.

This limit varies from person to person and is approximately 20 kilohertz (20, hertz) in healthy young adults. Ultrasound devices operate with frequencies from 20 kHz up to. The developed theory is applied to waves generated by 20 KHz, KHz, and 2 MHz transducers w, and W power levels to explore the effect of frequency and power on the generation and decay of shock waves.

This work enhances the understanding of the interactions of high-intensity ultrasonic waves with fluids. View Full-TextAuthor: Jitendra A. Kewalramani, Zou Zhenting, Richard W.

Marsh, Bruce G. Bukiet, Jay N. Meegoda. The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of different high-intensity ultrasonication (HIU) pretreatment on the structure and properties of soybean protein isolate (SPI) as well as enzymatic hydrolysis of SPI by bromelain and antioxidant activity of hydrolysates.

The HIU-treated SPI fractions showed a decrease in the proportion of α-helices and β-turns and an Cited by: 1. Visualization of the intensity field of a high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) source in situ Trong Nguyen, Minh Do, Michael L. Oelze Electrical and Computer EngineeringCited by: 1.

buy iec ultrasonics - hydrophones - part 2: calibration for ultrasonic fields up to 40 mhz from sai global. Ultrasonics Data covers the science, technology, and application of ultrasonics.

It discusses everything from sensors to systems, dealing primarily with both low- and high-intensity industrial and medical ultrasonic applications. Coverage of this book 4 References 5 Part One Fundamentals 7 2 High-intensity ultrasonic waves in fluids: nonlinear propagation and effects 9 O.A. Sapozhnikov Introduction 9 Nonlinear phenomena 10 Nonlinear interactions within the acoustic mode 13 Nonlinear interactions between the acoustic and nonacoustic modes 24 A non-invasive technique for the localization and evaluation of thermal effects in tissue due to focused high intensity ultrasound beams is described in this paper.

A combined therapy/imaging transducer assembly is used to deliver a specific dose (ultrasound time-intensity product) to a tissue sample and to gather A-mode data as a function of by: Eclipse Scientific Automated Ultrasonic Testing of Pipeline Girth Welds - 2nd Edition Book. More Details.

Eclipse Scientific Ultrasonic Time of Flight Diffraction - 1st Edition Book. Eclipse Scientific Ultrasonic Time of Flight Diffraction - 1st Edition Book. More Details. Prediction and measurement of the acoustic field emitted from a high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) is essential for the accurate ultrasonic treatment.

In this study, the acoustic field generated from a strongly focused HIFU transmitter was characterized by a combined experiment and simulation. High-intensity ultrasonic is being applied as an efficient preservation tool in fields of food processing for fruits and vegetables, honey, cereal products, proteins, gels, enzymes, cereal technology, dairy technology, water treatment, microbial inactivation, etc.

In a previous study, the researchers have studied the effects of high-intensity Author: Maged E.A. Mohammed, Mohammed R. Alhajhoj.

The coupled effects of blood vessels and thermal relaxation time on temperature and thermal lesion region in biological tissue during high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) hyperthermia are numerically investigated. Considering the non-Fourier behavior of heat conduction in biological tissue, the traditional Pennes bioheat equation was modified to thermal wave model of bioheat transfer (TWMBT).Cited by: 2.

Ultrasound Deterrents for Personal, Home and Property Protection This page describes some very unique items generally categorized as "ultrasound" The ultrasonic receiver is a device that can detect sound waves that are normally beyond the range of human hearing, and then translate this signal to audible frequencies.

In ultrasonics, the energy field is created at very high intensity to change materials, deliberately to create cavitation in a liquid (for processing or cleaning) or to create friction to melt materials (welding and bonding).

In ultrasound, the energy field is created at low intensity to. Depending on the medium, ultrasonic phenomena can be completely different, but it also affects the complexity of the ultrasonic generation, propagation and addition, the effect of high intensity ultrasound on major components of food, such as proteins, carbohydrates and lipids will be also covered, since this type of information Author: Mar Villamiel.

Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. We describe an inexpensive alternative to conventional hydrophones used to map an ultrasonic beam pattern.

Instead of relying on piezo materials to detect pressure, these hydrophones depend on a bias current flowing through a conductive material. According to the well-described acoustoelectric (AE) effect, as a pressure wave interacts with a current field, a voltage is generated.

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS: I am writing a book on "High-Intensity Ultrasonic Technology and Applications", on the practical application of power (high intensity) ultrasonics, the use of ultrasonic energy to change materials. Contributions are [email protected]{osti_, title = {Ultrasonic transducers for nondestructive testing}, author = {Silk, M.G.}, abstractNote = {This book considers some of the means available for the generation of ultrasound, with particular reference to nondestructive testing (NDT).

The author explains the factors affecting the efficiency of ultrasonic transducers and offers means of improving their performance.IEEE UFFC Symposium Short Courses – Prague, July 21 - 25 Title: Hydrophone-based Measurement of Ultrasonic Fields for Biomedical, Non-Destructive Testing, and Regulatory (US FDA) Applications Instructors: Keith A.

Wear, US Food and Drug Administration, Andrew M. Hurrell, Precision Acoustics Ltd, Peter A. Lewin, Drexel University, Volker File Size: KB.