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REFERENCE BOOKS ON ACOUSTICS, VIBRATION, AND SOUND

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INDEX

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On Ultrasonics Bibliography - BIB-1 (this) page:

    REFERENCE BOOKS ON ACOUSTICS, VIBRATION, AND SOUND.

REFERENCE BOOKS ON ULTRASONICS.
    GENERAL.
    INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS.
    SELECTED MEDICAL APPLICATIONS.
    NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING.
    ACOUSTICAL HOLOGRAPHY.
    UNDERWATER SOUND.
    TRANSDUCERS AND WAVE GUIDES.
    ULTRASONIC PHYSICS.

On Ultrasonics Bibliography - BIB-2 page:

REFERENCE BOOKS ON SONOCHEMISTRY - ULTRASONIC CAVITATION AND CHEMICAL REACTIONS.
    REVIEWS ON SONOCHEMISTRY.
    HOMOGENOUS SONOCHEMISTRY - AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS.
    HOMOGENOUS SONOCHEMISTRY - NON-AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS AND HOMOGENOUS SONOCATALYSIS.
    HETEROGENOUS SONOCHEMISTRY - DEPOLYMERIZATION.
    HETEROGENOUS SONOCHEMISTRY - LIQUID-SOLID REACTIONS AND HETEROGENOUS SONOCATALYSIS.
    SONOCHEMISTRY - NOT OTHERWISE CLASSIFIED.
    SONOCHEMISTRY - SONOLUMINESCENCE.     SONOCHEMISTRY - OPTIMIZATION AND QUANTIFICATION OF CAVITATION.     SONOCHEMISTRY - PHYSICS OF CAVITATION.

On Ultrasonics Bibliography - BIB-3 page:

SELECTED ARTICLES ON ULTRASONICS.
    GENERAL.
    ENVIRONMENTAL.

On the main Ultrasonics Page:

    Applications List.
    Keywords (Applications) Index - moved from Page 3 on 12 Feb 00.
    Probe-type Ultrasonic Processing Equipment.
    Brain Storming - bright ideas, pipe dreams, pie-in-the-sky?
    Quick Links for Ultrasonic Probe Manufacturers (moved to Ultrasonics page 4 on 10 Jul 2002).

On Ultrasonics Page A:

    AL-1C - "CONDENSED GUIDE TO ULTRASONIC PROCESSING"
        (A Layperson's Explanation of a Complex Letterhead).
    AL-1P - "A POPULARIZED GUIDE TO ULTRASONIC PROCESSING".

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  AL-1V - "A POPULARIZED GUIDE TO ULTRASONIC CAVITATION"
    (A Non-Technical Explanation of "Cold Boiling"
        - moved from the main page to Page 1 on 12 Feb 2000).
    TUBULAR HORNS (Radial Radiators).

On Ultrasonics Page 1A:

    AL-4 - AMPLITUDE MEASUREMENT.
    Call for Contributions for Book.

On Ultrasonics Page 2 (the next page):

    More on Cavitation.
    AL-2 - "ULTRASONICS AND FINE PARTICLES -
        BENEFICIATION OF SLURRIES AND FINE-PARTICLE SUSPENSIONS
        [CERAMICS, COAL & ORES, COATINGS, COLUMN PACKINGS, SINTERING, SLIPS].

On Ultrasonics Page 3:

    AM-1 - "ULTRASONIC STERILIZATION and DISINFECTION".
    UM-1 - "ULTRASONICS, HEARING, and HEALTH".
    Keywords (Applications) Index.

On Ultrasonics Page 4:

    Foaming and Aerosoling - moved 28 May 02 from Page 1A.
    Ultrasonic Propulsion (Propulsive Force) - Moving Material.
    Ultrasonic Fountains - Atomization, Nebulization, Humidification,
        Misting, Particle Creation and Sizing.
    Ultrasonics and Nuclear Fusion.
    Quick Links for Ultrasonic Probe Manufacturers.

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  ULTRASONIC CLEANING {in process}.
    Immersible Transducers.
    What's New?

On the ULTRASONICS GLOSSARY page:

    ULTRASONICS GLOSSARY {in process}.



BIBLIOGRAPHY ON ULTRASONICS - BIB-1

REFERENCE BOOKS ON ACOUSTICS, VIBRATION, AND SOUND

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[see also the author's BIB-2 re Sonochemistry and BIB-3 re Selected Articles on Ultrasonics]

Some of the cited works may be out of print or are known to be [noted @];
consult your corporate, school, or public reference librarian for copies.

(citations are presented in top-down date sequence)


REFERENCE BOOKS ON ULTRASONICS

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GENERAL

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{see also SELECTED ARTICLES ON ULTRASONICS - GENERAL}

Mason, W. P. (Ed.), Physical Acoustics: Principles and Methods, New York, - Vol. 1@, Principles and Methods, Part A, 1964, 515 pp.; Part B, 1964, 376 pp.; Vol. 2A, Properties of Gases, Liquids, and Solutions, 1965, 476 pp.; Vol. 2B, Properties of Polymers and Nonlinear Acoustics, 1965, 383 pp.; Vol. 3@, Applications to the Study of Imperfections and Lattice Dynamics, Part A@, 1966, 512 pp.; Part B@, 1965, 337 pp.; Vol. 4, Applications to Quantum Physics, Part A@, 1966, 390 pp.; Part B, 1967, 490 pp.; Vol. 5@, 1969, 301 pp.; Vol. 6@, 1970, 372 pp.; Vol. 7, 1970, 380 pp.; Vol. 8, 1971, 393 pp.; Vol. 9@, 1973,, Vol. 10, 1973, 403 pp.; Vol. 11, 1975, 400 pp.; Vol. 12, 1976, 393 pp.; Vol. 13, 1977, 282 pp.; Vol. 14, 1979, 516 pp.; Vol. 15, 1981, 382 pp.; Vol. 16, Mason, W. P. and Thurston, R. N. (Eds.), 1982, 481 pp.; Vol. 17, Mason and Thurston (Eds.), 1984, 326 pp.; Vol. 18, Mason and Thurston (Eds.) (applications of thermal and acoustic response to light), 1988, 502 pp.; Vol. 19, Ultrasonic Measurement Methods, Thurston, R. N. and Pierce, A. (Eds.), 384 pp.; Vol. 20, Levy, M. (Ed.).; Ultrasonics of High TC and Other Unconventional Superconductors, in press, Aug. 1992, 512 pp.

Mason, T. J. (Ed.), Advances in Sonochemistry, JAI Press, New York, 1989

Mason, Timothy J., and Lorimer, J. Phillip, Sonochemistry: Theory, Applications and Uses of Ultrasound in Chemistry, Ellis Horwood, Chichester, 1988

Suslick, K. S. (Ed.), Ultrasound: Its Chemical, Physical and Biological Effects, VCH Publishers, New York, 1988

Suslick, K. S. (Ed.), Ultrasound: Chemical, Physical and Biological Effects, Verlag Chemie International, 1988

Ensminger, D., Ultrasonics: Fundamentals, Technology, Applications, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, 1988

Ensminger, D., Ultrasonics: The Low- and High-Intensity Applications, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, 1973, 592 pp.

Blitz, J., Ultrasonics: Methods and Applications, Van Nostrand Publishing Co., Rheinhold, New York, 1971, 151 pp.

Gooberman, G. L., Ultrasonics: Theory and Application, Hart Publishing Co., Inc., New York, 1969, 320 pp.

Blitz, J., Fundamentals of Ultrasonics, 2nd Edition, Plenum Publishing Company, New York, 1967, 220 pp.

Frederick, J. R.. Ultrasonic Engineering@, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1965, 365 pp.

Él'Piner, I. E., Ultrasound: Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects (translated from Russian by F. L. Sinclair), Consultants Bureau, New York, 1964, 380 pp.

Flynn, H., Conference on Acoustical Cavitation, Harvard University, Cambridge. Mass., 1962

Goldman, R., Ultrasonic Technology, Reinhold Publishing Co., New York. 1962.

Gurevicz, F. A. (Ed.), Chemical and Biological Effects of Ultrasound (translated from Russian), Consultants Bureau, New York, 1962, 204 pp.

Andrews, A., ABC's of Ultrasonics, Howard W. Sams & Co., Indianapolis, 1961, 96 pp.

Bergmann, L., Ultrasonics and Their Scientific and Technical Applications (translatedfrom German), John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1960, 230 pp.

Carlin, B., Ultrasonic, 2nd Edition, McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, 1960, 304 pp.

Glickstein, C., Basic Ultrasonics, J. F. Rider, 1960.

Bogoroditskii, N. P., The Physics and Applications of Ultrasonics (translated from Russian), National Lending Library for Science and Technology, London, 1958.

Crawford, A. E., Ultrasonic Engineering: with Particular Reference to High-Power Applications, Academic Press, New York, 1955, 344 pp.

Hueter, T. F., and Bolt, R. H., Sonics, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1955, 365 pp.

Van Antworpen, F. J. (Ed.), Ultrasonics: Two Symposia, Chemical Engineering Progress Symposium Series, No. 1, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 1951, 87 pp.

Vigoreaux, P., Ultrasonics, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1951, 163 pp.

Wood, R. W., Supersonics{sic}: The Science of Inaudible Sounds, Brown Univ. Press, 1939.


INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

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Shoh, A., Industrial Applications of Ultrasound, in Ultrasound: Its Chemical, Physical and Biological Effects, Suslick, K. S. (Ed.), VCH Publishers, New York, 1988.

Thomas, R. H., Ultrasonics in Packaging and Plastics Fabrication, Cahners Books, Boston, 1974, 175 pp.

Blandamer, M. J., Introduction to Chemical Ultrasonics, Academic Press, New York, 1973, 138 pp.

Severdenko, V. P., Ultrasonic Rolling and Drawing of Metals (translated from Russian), Plenum Press, New York, 1972, 206 pp.

Sonochemical Engineering, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 1971, 139 pp.

Hausner, H. H., Roll, K. H., and Johnson, P. K. (Eds.), Vibratory Compacting, Vol. 2 of Perspectives in Powder Metallurgy, Consultants Bureau/Plenum Press, New York, 1967, 298 pp.

Kochergin, S. M., and Vyaseleva, G. Y., Electrodeposition of Metals in Ultrasonic Fields (translated from Russian), Plenum Press, New York, 1966, 69 pp.

Markov, A. I., The Ultrasonic Machining of Intractable Metals (translated from Russian), Illiffe Books, Ltd., London, 1966

Brown, B., and Goodman, J. E., High-Intensity Ultrasonics: Industrial Applications, Van Nostrand Publishing Co., Rheinhold, New York, 1965, 256 pp.

Mednikov, E. P., Acoustic Coagulation and Precipitation of Aerosols (translated from Russian), Plenum Press, New York, 1965, 180 pp.

Nosov, V. A., Ultrasonics in the Chemical Industry, Vol. 2 of Soviet Progress in Applied Ultrasonics (translated from Russian), Consultants Bureau, New York, 1965, 164 pp.

Nozdreva, V. F., Ultrasound in Industrial Processing and Control, Vol. 1 of Soviet Progress in Applied Ultrasonics (translated from Russian), Consultants Bureau, New York, 1964, 202 pp.

Rozenberg, L. D., et al., Ultrasonic Cutting (translated from Russian), Plenum Press, New York, 1964, 154 pp.

Kapustin, A. P., The Effects of Ultrasound on the Kinetics of Crystallization (translated from Russian), Plenum Press, New York, 1963, 65 pp.

Babikov, O. I., Ultrasonics and Its Industrial Applications (translated from Russian), Consultants Bureau, New York, 1960, 230 pp.

Prakash, S., and Ghosh, A. K., Ultrasonics and Colloids, Asia Publishing House, London, (date unknown), 121 pp.


SELECTED MEDICAL APPLICATIONS

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Devine and Banko (Eds.), Phacoemulsification Surgery, Pergamon Press, New York, 1990.

Frizzell, L. A., Biological Effects of Acoustic Cavitation, in Ultrasound: Its Chemical, Physical and Biological Effects, Suslick, K. S. (Ed.), VCH Publishers, New York, 1988.

ter Haar, G. R., Biological Effects of Ultrasound in Clinical Applications, in Ultrasound: Its Chemical, Physical and Biological Effects, Suslick, K. S. (Ed.), VCH Publishers, New York, 1988.

Crum, L. A., Is Acoustic Cavitation Produced by Diagnostic Ultrasound Devices?, Proc. IEEE Symposium on Sonics and Ultrasonics, Denver, Colorado (1987).

Kelman, C. D., Through My Eyes: The Story of a Surgeon Who Dared to Take on the Medical World, Crown Publishers (1985) - narrative origin of phacoemulsification.

Nyborg, W. L. and Ziskin, M. C. (Eds.), Biological Effects of Ultrasound, Churchill-Livingstone Inc., New York (1985).

Wells, P., Ultrasound in Medicine, Plenum Publishing Corp., New York, Vol. 1, 1975, 611 pp.; Vol. 2, 1976, 546 pp.; Vol. 3, 1977; Vol. 4, 1978, 670 pp.

Donald, I., and Levi, S. (Eds), Present and Future of Diagnostic Ultrasound, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, 1976, 211 pp.

McDicken, W. N., Diagnostic Ultrasonics: Principles and Use of Instruments, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, 1976, 320 pp.

Hussey, M., Diagnostic Ultrasound, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, 1975, 254 pp.

Kelman, C. D., Phacoemulsification and Aspiration, The Kelman Technique of Cataract Removal, Aesculapius Publishing Company, Birmingham, Alabama, 1975.

Tenner, M. S., and Wodraska, G. M., Diagnostic Ultrasound in Neurology: Methods and Techniques, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, 1975, 256 pp.

Kobayashi, M. et al, Atlas of Ultrasonography in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Appleton-Century (Butterworths), New York, 1972, 443 pp.

Kuwahara, Y., Aspiration Method of a Hard Cataract, Grune and Stratton, 1972, 142 pp.

White, D. N., Ultrasonic Encephalography, H. K. Lewis, London, 1970.

Gitter, Keeney, Sarin, and Meyer (Eds), Ophthalmic Ultrasound, 1969.

Goldberg, R. E., and Sarin, L.K., Ultrasonics in Opthalmology, Sanders, 1969, 233 pp.

Wells, P., Physical Principles of Ultrasonic Diagnosis, Vol. 1 of Medical Physics Series, Academic Press, New York, 1969, 282 pp.

Brown, B., and Gordon, D. (Eds), Ultrasonic Techniques in Biology and Medicine, Illiffe Books, Ltd., London, 1967, 363 pp.

Oksala, A., & Gernet, H. (Eds), Ultrasonics in Ophthalmology, S. Karger, 1967, 240 pp.

Grossman, C. C. et al, Diagnostic Ultrasound, Plenum Press, New York, 1966.

Grossman, C. C., The Use of Diagnostic Ultrasound in Brain Disorders, Charles D. Thomas, Springfield, Illinois, 1966.

Kelley, E. (Ed.), Ultrasonic Energy: Biological Investigations and Medical Applications, University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Illinois, 1965, 387 pp.

Summer, W, and Kirkpatrick, M. K., Ultrasonic Therapy: A Textbook for Physiotherapists, Elsevier, New York, 1963, 163 pp.

Gordon, D., Ultrasound as a Diagnostic and Surgical Tool, Livingstone, England, (date unknown), 413 pp.


NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING

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Krautkramer, J., and Krautkramer, H., Ultrasonic Testing of Materials (translated from German), Springer-Verlag, New York, 1977, 667 pp.

Sharpe, R. S. (Ed.), Research Techniques in NDT, Academic Press, New York, Vol. 1, 1970, 504 pp.; Vol. 2, 1974, 464 pp.

Egerton, H. B., Non-Destructive Testing: Views, Reviews, Previews, Oxford University Press, New York, 1969, 242 pp.

Anan'eva, A. A., Ceramic Acoustic Detectors (translated from Russian), Plenum Press, New York, 1965, 122 pp.

Kornilovich, Yu. E., and Belokhovstikova, V. I., Ultrasound in the Production and Inspection of Concrete, Part 1, Production Applications (translated from Russian), Plenum Press, New York, 1965, 45 pp.

Tret'yakov, A. K., and Felonidov, A. M., Ultrasound in the Production and Inspection of Concrete, Part 2, Inspection in Hydraulic Construction (translated from Russian), Consultants Bureau, Plenum Press, New York, 1965, 64 pp.

McMasters, R. J. (Ed.), Society of NDT Handbook, Ronald Press, New York, 1959 (see Section 43).

Banks, B., Oldfield, G. E., and Rawding, H., Ultrasonic Flaw Detection in Metals: Theory and Practice, Illiffe Ltd., London, (date unknown), 256 pp.


ACOUSTICAL HOLOGRAPHY

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Wade, G. (Ed.), Acoustic Imaging, Plenum Press, New York, 1976, 320 pp.

Metherell, A. F., et al. (Eds.), Acoustical Holography, Plenum Press, New York, Vol. 1, 1969, 330 pp.; Vol. 2, 1970, 376 pp.; Vol. 3, 1971, 399 pp.; Vol. 4, 1972,734 pp.; Vol. 5, 1974, 738 pp.; Vol. 6, 1975, 760 pp.

Erf, R. K., Holographic Nondestructive Testing, Academic Press, New York, 1974, 462 pp.

Françon, M., Holography (translated from French), Academic Press, New York, 1974, 160 pp.

Hildebrand, B. P., and Brenden, B. B., An Introduction to Acoustic Holography, Plenum Press, New York, 1974, 244 pp.

Kock, W. E., Radar, Sonar, and Holography, Academic Press, New York, 1974, 140 pp. Stroke, G. W., et al. (Eds.), Ultrasonic Imaging and Holography: Medical, Sonar and and Optical Applications, Plenum Press, New York, 1974, 642 pp.

Camatini, E. (Ed.), Optical and Acoustic Holography, Plenum Press, New York, 1972, 370 pp.

Butters, J. N., Holography and Its Technology, Peter Peregrine, 1971, 288 pp.


UNDERWATER SOUND

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Lauterborn, W., Cavitation and Inhomogeneities in Underwater Acoustics, Springer-Verlag, New York (1980)

Haines, G., Sound Underwater, Crane Russak & Co., Inc., New York, 1974, 208 pp.

Albers, V. M. (Ed.), Underwater Sound, Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross, Inc., Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, 1972, 468 pp.

Barkhatov, A. N., Modeling of Sound Propagation in the Sea (translated from Russian),Consultants Bureau, New York, 1971, 91 pp.

Camp., L., Underwater Acoustics, Wiley-Interscience, New York, 1970, 308 pp. Stephens, R. W. (Ed.), Underwater Acoustics, Wiley-Interscience, New York, 1970, 269 pp.

Tucker, D. G., Sonar in Fisheries -- A Forward Look, Fishing News (Books) Ltd., 1967, 136 pp.

Tolstoy, I, and Clay, C. S., Ocean Acoustics: Theory and Experiment in Underwater Sound, McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, 1966.

Tucker, D. G., and Gazey, B. Z., Applied Underwater Acoustics, Pergamon Press, 1966, 266 pp.

Albers, V. M., Underwater Acoustics Handbook, Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania, 1960.


TRANSDUCERS AND WAVE GUIDES

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Jaffe, B., Cook, W. R., Jr., and Jaffe, H., Piezoelectric Ceramics, Academic Press, New York, 1971, 318 pp.

Mattiat, O. E. (Ed.), Ultrasonic Transducer Materials, Plenum Press, New York, 1971, 185 pp.

Rozenberg, L. D. (Ed.), Sources of High-Intensity Ultrasound (translated from Russian), Plenum Press, New York, Vol. 1, 1969, 315 pp.; Vol. 2, 1969, 267 pp. Tierstein, H. F., Linear Piezoelectric Plate Vibrations, Plenum Press, New York, 1969, 212 pp.

Redwood, M. R., Mechanical Waveguides, Pergamon Press, New York, 1960.

Mason, W. P., Piezoelectric Crystals and Their Application to Ultrasonics, Van Nostrand Publishing Co., Rheinhold, New York, 1950, 528 pp.

Mason, W. P., Electromechanical Transducers and Wave Filters, 2nd Edition, Van Nostrand Publishing Co., Rheinhold, New York, 1948.


ULTRASONIC PHYSICS

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Young, F. Ronald, Cavitation, McGraw-Hill (Watford College, Hertfordshire) 1989. new.gif (01 Feb 05)

Atchley, A. A., and Crum, L. A., Acoustic Cavitation and Bubble Dynamics, in Ultrasound: Its Chemical, Physical and Biological Effects, Suslick, K. S. (Ed.), VCH Publishers, New York, 1988.

Crum, L. A., Acoustic Cavitation, Proc. 1982 IEEE Symposium on Sonics and Ultrasonics, Vol. 1, 1-12 (1983).

Green, R. E., Ultrasonic Investigation of Mechanical Properties, Vol. 3 of Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Academic Press, New York, 1973, 178 pp.

Rozenberg, L. D. (Ed.), Physical Principles of Ultrasonic Technology, Vol. 1, 509 pp.; Vol. 2, 539 pp., Plenum Press, New York, 1973.

Tucker, J. W., and Rampton, V. W., Microwave Ultrasonics in Solid State Physics, North-Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdam, 1973, 418 pp.

Rozenberg, L. D. (Ed.), High Intensity Ultrasonic Fields, Book 2 of Physics and Engineering of High-Intensity Ultrasound, Plenum Press, New York, 1971, 429 pp.

Beyer, R. T., and Letchner, S.V., Physical Ultrasonics, Vol. 32 of Pure and Applied Physics, Academic Press, New York, 1969, 378 pp.

Truell, R., Ebaum, C., and Chick, B. B., Ultrasonic Methods in Solid State Physics, Academic Press, New York, 1969, 463 pp.

Bhatia, A. B., Ultrasonic Absorption: An Introduction to the Theory of Sound Absorption and Dispersion in Gases, Liquids, and Solids, Oxford University Press, New York, 1967, 427 pp.

Berry, M. V., The Diffraction of Light by Ultrasound, Academic Press, New York, 1966, 143 pp.

Nozdrev, V. F., Applications of Ultrasonics in Molecular Physics (translated from Russian), Gordon & Breach, New York, 1963.

Herzfeld, K. F., and Litovitz, T. A., Absorption and Dispersion of Ultrasonic Waves,Academic Press, New York, 1959, 530 pp.

Richardson, E. G., Ultrasonic Physics, Elsevier Press, New York, 1952, 285 pp.

Blake, F. G., The Onset of Cavitation in Liquids, Tech. Memo No. 12, Harvard Acoustics Laboratory (1949).

Blake, F. G., The Tensile Strength of Liquids: A Review of the Literature, Tech. Memo No. 9, Harvard Acoustics Laboratory (1949).


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See also SELECTED ARTICLES ON ULTRASONICS for articles recommended for practical knowledge of ultrasonic cavitation and the function and application of probe-type devices in ultrasonic liquid processing:


This information is NOT current and is presented only as a guide to the older literature.


Please note that a far-more detailed explanation of ultrasonic processing, as well as other technical literature, is available at no charge to consultation clients.


You may wish to visit the ULTRASONICS page, et. seq., with more on ultrasonics, as well as the Ultrasonics Cleaning page {in process} and the Ultrasonics Glossary page {also in process}.



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