Preparation of mono-dispersed droplet using ultrasonic

Tsuyoshi Arai, Kimio Imaizumi, Kunihiko Takeda

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Abstract

The study on the preparation of mono-dispersed liquid droplet was performed using ultrasonic as one of the steps of producing the perfectly mono-dispersed particle. The ultrasonic system was a 33.6kHz ultrasonic generator, an amplifier, an electric distortion element, and a bolted Langevin type horn installed in a cell. For the first time, a liquid pillar under a nozzle of the cell was stably formed. Then, dense and coarse parts were alternatively constructed by oscillating the wavelength of the ultrasonic. The diameter of those liquid droplets were found to be perfectly uniform, therefore, it was measured by "multiplex photography" using a synchronized stroboscope with the ultrasonic. From the results, more than 30,000 of perfectly uniform liquid droplets in 1 second were observed by this method.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Second International Conference on Processing Materials for Properties
EditorsB. Mishra, C, Yamauchi, B. Mishra, C. Yamauchi
Pages989-992
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2000
EventProceedings of the Second International Conference on Processing Materials for Properties - San Francisco, CA
Duration: 2000 Nov 52000 Nov 8

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OtherProceedings of the Second International Conference on Processing Materials for Properties
CitySan Francisco, CA
Period00/11/500/11/8

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Ultrasonics
Liquids
Electric distortion
Stroboscopes
Acoustic generators
Photography
Nozzles
Wavelength

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  • Engineering(all)

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Arai, T., Imaizumi, K., & Takeda, K. (2000). Preparation of mono-dispersed droplet using ultrasonic. In B. Mishra, C. Yamauchi, B. Mishra, & C. Yamauchi (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Processing Materials for Properties (pp. 989-992)

Preparation of mono-dispersed droplet using ultrasonic. / Arai, Tsuyoshi; Imaizumi, Kimio; Takeda, Kunihiko.

Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Processing Materials for Properties. ed. / B. Mishra; C, Yamauchi; B. Mishra; C. Yamauchi. 2000. p. 989-992.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Arai, T, Imaizumi, K & Takeda, K 2000, Preparation of mono-dispersed droplet using ultrasonic. in B Mishra, C Yamauchi, B Mishra & C Yamauchi (eds), Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Processing Materials for Properties. pp. 989-992, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Processing Materials for Properties, San Francisco, CA, 00/11/5.
Arai T, Imaizumi K, Takeda K. Preparation of mono-dispersed droplet using ultrasonic. In Mishra B, Yamauchi C, Mishra B, Yamauchi C, editors, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Processing Materials for Properties. 2000. p. 989-992
Arai, Tsuyoshi ; Imaizumi, Kimio ; Takeda, Kunihiko. / Preparation of mono-dispersed droplet using ultrasonic. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Processing Materials for Properties. editor / B. Mishra ; C, Yamauchi ; B. Mishra ; C. Yamauchi. 2000. pp. 989-992
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