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The effect of HIFU-relevant rates of heating on the growth and dissolution of nuclei available for inertial cavitation

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A theoretical model is sought to explain recent experimental results which have shown the sudden onset of inertial cavitation after a significant period of ultrasound insonation. It is thought that there initially exists a population of bubbles with sub-optimal radii for inertial cavitation, which grow during the insonation period to become nuclei within the optimal size range to cavitate inertially. Rectified diffusion during bubble oscillation, and the changes in the bubble nucleation envir...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
MPLS
Department:
Engineering Science
Oxford college:
Harris Manchester College
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Publisher:
International Commission for Acoustics Publisher's website
Journal:
19th International Congresses on Acoustics Journal website
Host title:
19th International Congresses on Acoustics
Publication date:
2007-09-02
Acceptance date:
2007-09-02
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952205
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uuid:63fd39ed-4b27-4cb7-b59e-4abf84c72061
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pubs:952205
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2018-12-13

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