Investigation of high-pressure phase transitions in vegetable oils by measuring phase velocity of longitudinal ultrasonic waves

@article{Kieczynski2009InvestigationOH,
  title={Investigation of high-pressure phase transitions in vegetable oils by measuring phase velocity of longitudinal ultrasonic waves},
  author={P Kieczynski and Marek Szalewski and A. J. Rostocki and Marcin Zduniak and Ryszard M. Siegoczynski and Andrzej Balcerzak},
  journal={2009 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium},
  year={2009},
  pages={1563-1566}
}
Monitoring and studying the pressure effect on liquid properties are becoming increasingly important in food, chemical, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industry as well as in laboratory practice. Accurate thermodynamic data in liquids as a function of pressure are required for studies the structure of liquids as well as for various engineering applications. Direct measurement of thermodynamic parameters is very difficult. The velocity of sound is related to many thermodynamic parameters and can be… CONTINUE READING

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