Michihisa Shiiba

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Novel anti-cavitation hydrophones were fabricated by depositing hydrothermally synthesized lead zirconate titanete polycrystalline film on the reverse surface of a titanium plate. These hydrophones(More)
Acoustic characterization of high intensity therapeutic ultrasound (HITU) field is important for the accurate prediction of ultrasound induced bioeffects in tissue. In this paper, the robust designed(More)
Novel tough hydrophones were developed by the depositing hydrothermally synthesized lead zirconate titanate thick film on the back-side surface of Ti plate to protect from acoustic cavitation. This(More)
We developed small cavitation sensor with longer lifetime by the deposition of a hydrothermally synthesized lead zirconate titanate film on the outer surface of a hollow cylindrical Ti pipe. Our(More)
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