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Gauging the likelihood of cavitation from short-pulse, low-duty cycle diagnostic ultrasound.
An improved theory for the prediction of microcavitation thresholds
An approximate analytical formulation is presented that allows for the calculation of acoustic pressure thresholds for transient cavitation over a variety of frequencies and host fluid parameters.…
In vitro measurements of inertial cavitation thresholds in human blood.
Direct evidence of cavitation in vivo from diagnostic ultrasound.
An acoustic backscattering technique for the detection of transient cavitation produced by microsecond pulses of ultrasound.
- Ronald A. Roy, S. Madanshetty, R. Apfel
- PhysicsThe Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
- 1 June 1990
An acoustic backscattering technique for detecting transient cavitation produced by 10-microseconds-long pulses of 757-kHz ultrasound is described, and a possible mechanism through which suspensions of hydrophobic particles might nucleate bubbles is presented.
A novel multiple drop levitator for the study of drop arrays
Acoustic radiation pressure produced by a beam of sound
The second‐order force produced by a sound beam directed normally at a plane target is calculated. Previous theories on acoustic radiation pressures associated with plane acoustic waves are examined…
Thresholds for cavitation produced in water by pulsed ultrasound.
The Role of Impurities in Cavitation‐Threshold Determination
- R. Apfel
We have extended the theoretical work of Harvey et al. [J. Cellular Comp. Physiol. 24, 1–22 (1944)] and Strasberg [J. Acoust. Soc. Amer. 31, 163–176 (1959)] in order to consider the conditions that…