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US 2020-11-05
Aichi   Observation of the sound field by the schlieren method in ultrasonic atomization using a horn
Takuya Yoshimoto (AIT), Shin-ichi Hatanaka (UEC), Masanori Sato (Honda Electronics), Teruyuki Kozuka (AIT) US2020-48
The efficiency of ultrasonic atomization can be improved if a horn is attached to the ultrasonic transducer during atomi... [more] US2020-48
US 2019-04-15
Tokyo   Bubbling concentration -- Atomizationtomization-free ultrasonic separation --
Masanori Sato (HEC), Teruyuki Kozuka (AIT), Shin-ichi Hatanaka (UEC), Kyuichi Yasui (AIST) US2019-1
We introduce trial of bubbling concentration of ethanol which was carried out as atomization-free ultrasonic separation.... [more] US2019-1
US 2018-10-04
Miyagi   Investigation of Capillary Wave in Ultrasonic Atomization Produced by Focused Ultrasound Using Highspeed Camera
Kenki Tsukahara, Daisaku Mashiko, Shin Yoshizawa (Tohoku Univ.) US2018-49
When ultrasound generated in liquid is focused around the interface between the liquid and air, the liquid is lifted by ... [more] US2018-49
US 2015-12-21
Tokyo Surugadai Campus, Nihon University Non-contact method of stirring liquid using high-intensity aerial ultrasonic waves
Taichi Urakami, Ayumu Osumi, Youichi Ito (Nihon Univ.) US2015-75
We studied to investigate for noncontact stirring liquid by using high-intensity aerial ultrasonic waves (20 kHz).
In p... [more]
US 2015-05-25
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Study of particle size of non-contact atomization droplet by intense ultrasonic source.
Arisa Endo, Takuya Asami, Hikaru Miura (Nihon Univ.) US2015-9
Atomization is required by the mass analyzer which is a device for performing the component analysis of the liquid. Ther... [more] US2015-9
US 2013-02-19
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Non-contact atomizer of droplet by aerial ultrasonic source using two small rectangular transverse vibrating plates.
Miduki Yanagimoto, Hikaru Miura (Nihon Univ.) US2012-113
This study examines a new method of non-contact atomizer of a droplet by aerial ultrasonic source using small rectangula... [more] US2012-113
US 2011-09-27
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Ultrasonic atomization using a vibrating small gap
Ryoichi Isago, Kenta Tokumitsu, Daisuke Koyama, Kentaro Nakamura (Tokyo Tech.) US2011-53
Ultrasonic atomization has been utilized as an inhaler and a humidifier since it can generate mist with particle size of... [more] US2011-53
US 2007-10-26
Tokyo Meiji Univ. (Akihabara) Sonoluminesence of High-frequency Ultrasonic Water Atomization
Hisashi Harada, Hisashi Kato (Meisei Univ.) US2007-70
Luminescence was detected in the field of 2.4 MHz ultrasonic irradiation. The activity of chemical reaction in this fiel... [more] US2007-70
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