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Ultrasonics Bibliography Page 3 - BIB-3

SELECTED ARTICLES ON ULTRASONICS

[See "Keywords (Applications) Index" on this page.]

Specializing in brainstorming and devil's disciplery for new products and
reverse engineering and product improvement for existing products.

{"Imagineering"}

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INDEX

PLEASE NOTE:  If some of the internal links on this page refuse to work,
please click on Back and scroll down to what you want to view.

On Ultrasonics Bibliography Page 1 - BIB-1:

    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 Page 2 - 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 Page 3 - BIB-3 (this 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".

On Ultrasonics Page 1:

  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.

On the ULTRASONIC CLEANING Page:

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

On the ULTRASONICS GLOSSARY page:

    ULTRASONICS GLOSSARY {in process}.



BIBLIOGRAPHY ON ULTRASONICS - BIB-3

SELECTED ARTICLES ON ULTRASONICS

[see also the author's BIB-1 re REFERENCE BOOKS ON ACOUSTICS, VIBRATION, AND SOUND and BIB-2 re SONOCHEMISTRY]

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.


SELECTED ARTICLES ON ULTRASONICS
____________________

(citations are presented in top-down date sequence)

GENERAL
_______

The following articles are readily accessible and are recommended
for practical knowledge of ultrasonic cavitation and the function and
application of probe-type devices in ultrasonic liquid processing:

Suslick, K. S., Sonochemistry, Science, 247, 1439-1445, 23 March 1990.
Suslick, K. S., The Chemical Effects of Ultrasound, Scientific American, February 1989, 80-86.
Berliner, S., III, Application of Ultrasonic Processors (Power vs. Intensity in Sonication), Amer. Biotech. Lab., 46-52, March 1984, and Int'l. Biotech. Lab., March/April 1984.]
Willard, G. W. (Bell Telephone Laboratories), "Ultrasonically Induced Cavitation in water : A Step-by-Step Process", JASA, 25, 4, 669-671, Jul 1953.

ENVIRONMENTAL
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Reddi, L. N., Berliner, S., III, and Lee K. Y., Feasibility of Ultrasonic Enhancement of Flow in Clayey Sands, Technical Note No. 3291, J. of Environmental Engineering, Environmental Engineering Div., American Society of Civil Engineers, 119, 4, 746-752 (Jul/Aug 1993).

Reddi, L. N., A. Hadim, and S. Berliner, III, Feasibility of Ultrasonic Enhancement of In-situ Remediation Techniques, Research Report, Project No.: SITE-33, Hazardous Substance Management Research Center, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ (Apr 1993).


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

For the latest work in ultrasonics, refer to the extensive chapter references and bibliographies in:

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

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

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

Shah, Y. T. , Pandit, A. B., and Moholkar, V. S.: Cavitation Reaction Engineering, The Plenum Chemical Engineering Series, Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers, 2000, LoC 99-37362, ISBN 0-306-46141-2

and to Internet searches and the public and institutional libraries.


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


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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}.



The author gratefully acknowledges inclusion of these pages
in INTUTE: Science, Engineering and Technology
[formerly EEVL - the Enhanced and Evaluated Virtual Library
The Internet Guide for Engineering, Mathematics and Computing
(previously the Edinburgh Engineering Virtual Library)
a service of the Heriot-Watt University funded by the JISC.]



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To tour the Ultrasonics pages in sequence, the arrows take you from the main Ultrasonics Page (Ultrasonics index, Applications List, Keywords/Applications Index, and Brainstorming) to Page A ("Condensed Guide to Ultrasonic Processing" and "A Popularized Guide to Ultrasonic Processing"), Page 1 (with "A Popularized Guide to Ultrasonic Cavitation" and Tubular Horns), Page 1A ("Amplitude Measurement", Free Bubbling, Bubble Entrapment, Foaming and Aerosoling, and Extenders), Page 2 (More on Cavitation and "Ultrasonics and Fine Particles"), Page 3 ("Ultrasonic Sterilization and Disinfection","Ultrasonics, Hearing, and Health", Ultrasonics and Living Organisms, and What's New?), Glossary Page, Cleaning Page (Immersible Transducers and What's New?), Bibliography Page 1 (Reference Books on Acoustics, Vibration, and Sound), Bibliography Page 2 (Sonochemistry), and Bibliography Page 3 (Selected Articles).



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