Effects of particle shape and orientation on propagation of sound in suspensions

@inproceedings{Ahuja1978EffectsOP,
  title={Effects of particle shape and orientation on propagation of sound in suspensions},
  author={Avtar Singh Ahuja and William R. Hendee},
  year={1978}
}
Particles are assumed to have oblate and prolate spheroidal, spherical, disklike, and needlelike shapes, with symmetry axes for oblate and prolate spheroids assumed to be either parallel or perpendicular to the acoustic field. The disk‐shaped and needle‐shaped particles are assumed to be either broadside or edgewise (or end on) to the acoustic field. A wave equation is developed for dilute suspensions of the particles which yields a formula for sound velocity and viscous absorption coefficient… CONTINUE READING

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