Development and Research of Concentrator-Sonotrode with Increased Radiating Surface
Theoretical and experimental studies helped to optimize the size of concentrating link while the vibrating system developed on its base enabled the enlargement of radiating surface without decreasing the radiation intensity for the realization of technologies of cavitation treatment of liquid media.
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