Power ultrasound in the liquid most prominent and widely known and applied is the dispersion effect. Including: ultrasonic crushing, ultrasonic gel liquefaction, ultrasonic liquid atomization and ultrasonic cleaning.
Ultrasound in the liquid dispersion depends mainly on the liquid cavitation effect.
Ultrasonic cavitation refers to the dynamic process of growth and collapse occurring when the sound pressure reaches a certain value under the action of sound wave.
Ultrasound can produce a large number of small bubbles in the liquid. One of the reasons is that there is a local tensile stress in the liquid to create a negative pressure. The pressure drop causes the liquid in the liquid to become supersaturated and escapes from the liquid and becomes a small bubble. Another reason is the strong tensile stress "tearing" the liquid into a void, called cavitation.
Ultrasound dispersion in many areas have a wide range of applications: such as food, cosmetics, medicine, chemistry and so on.
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